Tuesday 27 September 2022, 9.30am-3pm (BST)
In person – Edinburgh
and virtual (10am-2pm)
In collaboration with
After a three-year hiatus, we are finally able to return to Edinburgh for our annual meeting. We are always delighted at the way the size and seniority of our Scottish audience increases each time, and we are confident this year will see that trend continue.
We are most grateful to our hosts, Lloyds Banking Group, whose generosity has allowed us to arrange this important meeting, at which we will be discussing a miscellany of security and data protection topics.
Where possible, we hope several attendees will come from each organisation – security managers accompanied by their legal, HR, procurement/supply colleagues, etc. This combination has worked exceptionally well at a whole variety of SASIG events. It has generated energised and most productive discussions, and we know it has subsequently led to closer working relationships amongst those who have attended together. We wish to build upon this success, and your help in this will be most gratefully received.
All SASIG events operate under the Chatham House Rule and there is no charge to attend. Refreshments will be kindly provided by our hosts. We look forward to welcoming you to this popular event on the SASIG calendar.
For those unable to join us in person, members can register to join us remotely as we will be live-streaming the presentations and encouraging everyone to participate in the Q&A sessions. Please note, virtual attendance does not include networking opportunities or refreshments/lunch.
Places at this event are limited, so please register early to avoid disappointment. We will provide full venue details to those who apply to attend in person when we confirm your place. We will send details for those joining us virtually in the week before the event.
We are working hard to make our in-person events Covid-secure – you can find out more here.
Presentations on the day include:
The vision for a Cyber Resilience Network and CRC Group
Presented by Mandy Haeburn-Little, Executive Chair, Business Resilience International Management (BRIM)
Cyber Scotland Week – What is it and how does it work?
Presented by Nicola Taylor, Head of Operations and Skills, ScotlandIS
and Fiona Thompson, Cyber Scotland Week Co-ordinator, ScotlandIS
Four minutes to midnight: Early warnings, near miss detection, and the incubation of crisis
Presented by Denis Fischbacher-Smith, Professor of Risk and Resilience, University of Glasgow
Managing the growing number of emerging vulnerabilities with intelligence
Brought to you by SASIG Supporter Secrutiny
Presented by Oliver Fairbank, Head of Intelligence, Orpheus
and Sam Murdock, VP EMEA, Cymulate
Protecting your organisations’ Very Attacked People (VAPs)
Presented by Andrew Rose, Resident CISO – EMEA, Proofpoint
Compliance and the Art of Possible
Presented by Greig Furguson, Senior Consultant – Data Governance, BSI