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Police Scotland Call on Businesses to Join Cyber Threat Partnership

Pete Swift

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Police Scotland have called for greater partnership with the business community to help combat the developing threat of online crime.

Cyber threats are growing in severity and complexity and we need to collaborate in order to respond effectively. Detective Inspector Eamonn Keane from Police Scotland’s Cyber Crime Team has encouraged Scottish organisations to subscribe to SCiNET, the Scottish node of the Cyber Information Sharing Partnership (CiSP) managed by the National Cyber Security Centre.

CiSP is a joint industry and government initiative set up to exchange cyber threat information in real time within a secure, confidential environment. Organisations can register for CiSP through the NCSC website at: https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/cisp
DI Eamonn Keane would be delighted to sponsor any suitable applicant, using his contact details eamonn.keane2@scotland.pnn.police and welcomes engagement from all DIGIT partners.

Police Scotland 2026 Consultation

Police Scotland would also welcome stakeholders to contribute to their ongoing consultation, Policing 2026: Our 10 Year Strategy for Policing in Scotland. This will assist Police Scotland in their development towards serving industry and Scottish Communities from a digital perspective as they move towards building a safer Scotland.
https://consult.scotland.police.uk/consultation/2026/

Pete Swift

DIGIT Managing Editor and Head of Research

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