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Monday 17 May 2021, 11am-12noon (BST)
The presentation will outline Scotland’s approach to creating the right conditions for a cyber resilient nation. Keith McDevitt will present the strategic framework for a cyber resilient Scotland and explain how the partnership will help deliver against the four supporting action plans.
Kirstie Steele will give a demonstration of the CyberScotland Portal, and Ciara Mitchell will discuss the success of CyberScotland Week, and reveal how we are growing Scotland’s Cyber Cluster.
Declan Doyle and Mark Cunningham-Dickie will then also showcase some of the projects the partnership supports, including a service to support small businesses and charities who help victims of cyber attacks.
To finish, we will hear from Jude McCorry, Partnership Chair, on her views on the longer-term opportunities.
Overall, the session will cover:
- The launch of the CyberScotland Partnership
- Cyber Resilience Framework
- CyberScotland Partnership Portal demonstration and bulletins
- CyberScotland Week evaluation
- Overview of Exercise in a Box Project
- SBRC Incident Response insight
- How the CyberScotland Partnership is moving forward
Keith McDevitt, Cyber Resilience Integrator, Scottish Government Cyber Resilience Unit
Kirstie Steele, Cyber Resilience Community Lead, SBRC
Ciara Mitchell, Head of Cyber, ScotlandIS
Declan Doyle, Head of Ethical Hacking, SBRC
Mark Cunningham-Dickie, Cyber Incident Response Manager, SBRC
Jude McCorry, CEO, SBRC, and Chair, CyberScotland Partnership
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