Thursday 29 February 2024, 9.30am – 3pm (GMT)
In person – Edinburgh, Scotland
In association with
We are delighted to be visiting Scotland once again for CyberScotland Week, kindly hosted by Phoenix Group in Edinburgh.
CyberScotland Week draws together events across Scotland, each designed to make businesses, organisations, and individuals more cyber-aware and resilient. We will be covering many themes over the day, including the implications of AI in cybersecurity and what this could mean for our future. We’ll look at unravelling the complexities of cyber insurance, navigating this within the digital frontier, and managing your MSP as a component of your supply chain. In addition to this, we will be delving into threat intelligence and the importance of managing enterprise security, as well as the work of local Police initiatives in Scotland that are prevalent for SMEs and larger organisations.
Presentations on the day include:
Opening keynote: Threat intelligence unleashed – safeguarding enterprise security
Kyle Headley (info), Group Chief Information Security Officer, Phoenix Group
Securing Scotland: Police initiatives in cyber resilience for SMEs and larger organisations
Detective Inspector Andy MacLean, Police Scotland
Panel session: Managing your MSP as a component of your supply chain
Facilitated by Alan Greig, Senior Security Practitioner, National Cyber Resilience Centre Group
Harandip Koner, Security Assurance Manager, Phoenix Group
Laura Irvine, Partner and Head of Regulatory Law, Davidson Chalmers Stewart
Jacob Duane, CEO and Founder, Stellastra
Securing the future: The implications of AI in cybersecurity
PJ Norris (info), Senior Sales Engineer, UKI, SentinelOne
Panel session: Navigating the digital frontier – unravelling the complexities of cyber insurance
Facilitated by Joanna Goddard, Chief Growth Officer, National Cyber Resilience Centre Group
David Cook (info), Partner, DLA Piper
Graeme Johnston, Group Head of Cyber Security, Phoenix Group
Daniel Woods, Lecturer, The University of Edinburgh
Lucy Fraser, Senior Policy Adviser, General Insurance Policy, Association of British Insurers (ABI)
We look forward to welcoming you to this event.
All SASIG events operate under the Chatham House Rule and there is no charge to attend. Refreshments and lunch will be kindly provided by our hosts.
Places at this event are limited, so please register early to avoid disappointment. All applications will be reviewed, and a confirmation email with full venue details will be sent to those who are eligible four to six weeks before the event.
If you are a member of ISACA, ICA or The Security Institute, you can earn CPE/CPD points for attending our events live/in person. Remember to log your attendance with your provider to be credited.