Malicious email volume

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Dear The National Army Museum,

Please find below my FOI request regarding malicious emails sent to the department.

The date range for the requests is from 2018 to present day. The data shall include a breakdown by year and by individual departments (e.g. separate departments, agencies, or public bodies within the main government agency), if applicable.

1. How many malicious emails have been successfully blocked?
2. What percentage of malicious emails were opened by staff?
3. What percentage of malicious links in the emails were clicked on by staff?
4. How many ransomware attacks were blocked by the department?
5. How many ransomware attacks were successful?

Yours faithfully,
Rebecca Moody

Penny Hutchins, The National Army Museum

Dear Ms Moody

Thank you for your request of 12 November made under the Freedom of
Information Act (2000) requesting information about malicious email volume
at the National Army Museum.

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Yours sincerely

Penny Hutchins
Records Officer
National Army Museum
Royal Hospital Road
Chelsea
London
SW3 4HT
[email address]
020 7881 2442

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Penny Hutchins, The National Army Museum

Dear Ms Moody

Further to your request of 12 November 2021 made under the Freedom of
Information Act (2000) where you requested information about malicious
email volume.

The National Army Museum does not record information relating to any of
your questions.

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Yours sincerely

Penny Hutchins
Records Officer
National Army Museum
Royal Hospital Road
Chelsea
London
SW3 4HT
[email address]
020 7881 2442

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