The Cyber Resilience Centre for Greater Manchester (CRCGM) has a range of guidance to make you more cyber resilient. Check out our range of guidance below, collated from experts and industry partners.
If you think you have fallen victim to a cyber crime, you need to know how to report it. You can report fraud, attempted fraud, cyber crime and receive a police crime reference number, to the national fraud reporting service, Action Fraud.
Guidance for the Education Sector
Now more than ever, schools are relying on their online IT and ed-tech services to help with teaching and admin tasks. Your staff can play a key role in being the front line in keeping these IT services (and the information they access) secure and available.
Our factsheets are full of the latest guidance to help you improve your cyber awareness and start your journey to becoming cyber resilient. Please click on the boxes below to find out more and visit our membership page here to see how we can support your business.
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