The National Cyber Security Centre has released new guidance to help UK organisations respond to the current situation in and around Ukraine.
The guidance - Actions to take when the cyber threat is heightened – covers some of the key considerations for businesses in the UK, stating:
The most important thing for organisations of all sizes is to make sure that the fundamentals of cyber security are in place to protect their devices, networks and systems…. ensuring that basic cyber hygiene controls are in place and functioning correctly. This is important under all circumstances but critical during periods of heightened cyber threat."
Our assurance to customers
Claranet works to the highest standards, including ISO27001, ISO27017, ISO27018, ISO9001, ISO23301, PCIDSS, Cyber Essentials Plus and NIST directives to ensure we consistently offer our customers highly secure and resilient services.
We operate our information security controls and business continuity plans to recognised international frameworks and conduct regular audits and improvement projects to continuously strengthen our defences. At all times, we only work with recognised, reputable, secure partners to deliver our services.
In addition, the Claranet Cyber Security team are closely monitoring the current situation and have issued additional guidance for customers, offering practical advice on emerging risks and available mitigations.
Read more: Claranet Cyber Security Briefing
The briefing includes ten important considerations to help organisations prepare for potential cyber-attacks and the ever-changing threat landscape.
If you still have any questions about how to respond to the current situation, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of the Claranet team will be in touch.