The Closure of the Police Digital Security Centre (Police DSC)

To support the National Police Chief’s Council Lead for Cyber and Fraud in ensuring consistency across all 43 police forces in England and Wales, on 1 April 2022 the PDSC closed and the Cyber Resilience Centre for London was created, joining 8 other Centres around the country in providing a wide range of cyber resilience services to Small and Medium-sized businesses. However the resources in the PDSC’s Cyber Security Advice Hub remain available, although they will not be updated post 1st April 2022.

Here you can access the PDSC Advice Hub.

  • PDSCs award-winning community outreach programme has transferred across to the new CRC for London as it continues to help the Capital’s businesses reduce their vulnerability to the most common types of cyber-crime.
  • The PDSCs Digital Security Provider scheme will remain within Police CPI while it works with other Centres to develop a national model for cyber vendors.  You can find out more about the Police Digital Security Provider scheme.

We would like to thank all who have supported, contributed and engaged with the Police DSC over the last few years.

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