Logging Made Easy (LME)
LME is available for anyone to download and use, as it helps organisations to install a basic logging capability on their IT estate, enabling routine end-to-end monitoring of Windows systems.
The NCSC is working to mature the UK's approach to vulnerability disclosure and remediation by providing: Vulnerability Reporting Service (VRS), Vulnerability Disclosure Pilot and Vulnerability Disclosure Toolkit.
Exercise in a Box
Exercise in a Box is a toolkit of realistic scenarios that helps organisations practice and refine their response to cyber security incidents in a safe and private environment. Exercise in a Box is available for anyone to download and use.
The NCSC's Early Warning Service
NCSC’s Early Warning Service helps organisations investigate cyber attacks on their network by notifying them of malicious activity that has been detected in information feeds. Any UK organisation with a static IP address or domain name can sign up to use Early Warning.
Suspicious Email Reporting Service (SERS)
SERS enables anyone in the public to report suspicious emails by sending them to email@example.com. The service analyses the emails and where found to contain links to malicious sites, seeks to remove those sites from the internet to prevent the harm from spreading.
The NCSC Takedown Service
The NCSC Takedown Service, available to the public sector, finds malicious sites and sends notifications to the host or owner to get them removed from the internet before significant harm can be done. The NCSC centrally manages the service, so departments automatically benefit without having to sign up.
MyNCSC is a digital platform that provides a single point of entry to Active Cyber Defence (ACD) and other NCSC services. Currently, MyNCSC is only available to pilot users. UK Government organisations can request to become pilot users by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.