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CPNI Response to the Current Situation in Ukraine

In light of the situation in Ukraine, CPNI is taking steps to ensure effective guidance is in place, and continued effective communication with stakeholders remains a priority

Last Updated 21 April 2022

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) issued updated guidance urging organisations to bolster their cyber security resilience in response to malicious cyber incidents in Ukraine. Whilst no specific cyber threat to UK organisations in relation to events in Ukraine has yet been identified, the guidance offers a series of actionable steps that companies should take to reduce the likelihood of falling victim to a future attack. A further set of NCSC guidance on maintaining a sustainable, strengthened cyber security posture was issued in July 2022. 

CPNI have also compiled the following guides for UK organisations:

Guidance This guidance can help keep you and your organisations safe during this time of conflict
Guidance Understand how physical security measures may enhance protection against the threat posed by state actors
Guidance Useful guidance for organisations to follow during times of political instability and conflict
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Information The UK is a high priority espionage target. Many countries actively seek UK information and material to advance their own agendas.
Cyber Security
Information The following guides provide an overview of the threat that state actors may pose to CNI, which is anticipated to be heightened during this time
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