Wednesday 16 February 2022, 11am-12noon (GMT)
We delved into the exciting events taking place virtually and in person across Scotland during Cyber Scotland Week 2022, taking place 28 February – 6 March and exploring the theme Learning for life online.
Events engage with both cyber and non-cyber communities and focus on representing the whole of Scotland’s cyber sector, as well as showing that everyone can learn how to keep themselves more cyber resilient and aware.
CyberScotland’s Chair, Jude McCorry, updated us on the CyberScotland Partnership and its efforts over its first year to improve cyber resilience across Scotland.
When responding to a cyber incident, preparation is key. CyberScotland Partner, Scottish Business Resilience Centre, introduced their Cyber Incident Response Pack which aims to help businesses plan their response to a cyber incident. DS Craig Potter explains what’s included in the pack and how these documents will help organisations. Police Scotland also explained the benefits of good incident management.
Guest chaired by
Haydn Brooks (info), CEO, RiskLedger
Amy Lou Davies (info), Marketing & Events Executive, ScotlandIS
Jude McCorry (info), CEO, Scottish Business Resilience Centre, and Chair, CyberScotland Partnership
Kirstie Steele (info), Cyber Resilience Community Lead, Scottish Business Resilience Centre
Craig Potter, Detective Sergeant, Police Scotland