NCSC launches new Cyber Incident Exercising scheme

05/12/2023 | NCSC

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has confirmed that its new Cyber Incident Exercising (CIE) scheme, announced in September, is now open. This scheme will allow organisations to access NCSC-assured CIE service providers who can create tailored table-top or live-play cyber incident exercises. The aim is to help organisations practice their responses in a safe environment, with assured cyber incident exercising companies working alongside them to challenge and strengthen their plans. The exercises are designed to simulate incidents that can have a significant impact on a single client organisation. 

You can find a list of service providers here.

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