Cyber Accessibility and Accreditation Project

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Last updated 9th June 2022.

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We are excited to be delivering this new project for 2022-23 focusing on supporting people with their cyber resilience. We will do this by:

  • Producing and commissioning important information about phishing and scams in accessible formats
  • Providing free online learning opportunities for the general public about digital accessibility and staying safe and secure
  • Holding in person events where you can bring along your device and learn how to stay safe and secure online
  • Provide free ‘Training for Trainers’ for employees and volunteers
  • Support learners to gain accredited qualifications in Cyber Security

The project has an Advisory Group of partners and organisations that meets four times a year to ensure we are working in a joined-up way to close any gaps in information about cyber resilience and digital accessibility. This group of key partners will also help us promote our training and share the new formats.

We are grateful to the Scottish Government Cyber Resilience Unit which supports this project. Please check back here for updates on the project.

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