The UK Government’s National Technical Authority for Physical and Personnel Protective Security.
CPNI’s role is to protect UK national security. We help to reduce the vulnerability of the UK to a variety of threats such as Terrorism, Espionage and Sabotage.
CPNI works with partners in government, police, industry and academia to reduce the vulnerability of the national infrastructure.
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An overview of how taking a security-minded approach will help your organisation.
Implementing effective protective security measures will help to protect your organisation from threats.
Our advice & guidance outlines the steps to take when implementing protective security measures.
We provide information and resources to support the promotion of security awareness across your organisation.
CPNI has developed a series of security awareness campaigns, designed to provide organisations with a complete range of materials they need.
The CPNI blog provides thought leadership, latest news and updates on protective security.
This digital learning will provide you with a solid foundation in this subject area and can act as a springboard to CPNI’s extensive guidance on helping your business effectively manage insider risk.
'Think Before You Link' will help you to protect yourself, your colleagues, and your organisation from the harmful impact of online malicious profiles.
Security-Minded Communications (SMC) is designed to disrupt hostiles and to make a hostile believe that if they were to choose your organisation or event as a place to attack, they will almost certainly fail.
When communicating during this mourning period, following the death of Her Majesty The Queen, it is important that you are taking a security-minded approach.
This interactive guidance has been designed to help organisations understand the threat from hostile individuals and groups and how online communications can influence their behaviour
This document supplements the existing Security Minded Communications guidance and highlights the key protective security points to consider when creating virtual tours of your facilities