Guidance and Resources
The Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales 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.
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has a series of guidance across a range of topics including passwords, phishing, patching, cloud computing, response and recovery to help your business stay cyber resilient.
Little Book of Cyber Scams
The Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales presents the new Little Book of Cyber Scams, a dedicated booklet which highlights the latest cyber scams and outlines the techniques criminals will use to try to steal from and exploit you.
Businesses can help make their organisations safer from cyber criminals by following simple, easy to follow guidance, so to help you we have created and collated a suite of videos.
Wales Fraud Forum guidance
The Wales Fraud Forum (WFF) is a not-for-profit company which aims to help prevent fraud in Wales by raising awareness in the public and private sector and amongst individuals.