DCMS joined us once again to ask you, the people on the front line, what you think about Cyber Essentials. Watch our discussion on Cyber Essentials – What are the benefits? How does it help supply chain assurance? What stops organisations from becoming certified, and how can DCMS help?
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In this session we delve into the exciting events taking place virtually and in person across Scotland during Cyber Scotland Week 2023. Events will engage with both cyber and non-cyber communities and focus on representing the whole of Scotland’s IT security sector, as well as showing that everyone can learn how to keep themselves more cyber resilient and aware.
Discover how academics, the public, and private sectors are all working in the pioneering new law enforcement effort to combat cybercrime. Every organisation in this country is potentially a target for cybercriminals, but the CRCs are here to show cybersecurity doesn’t need to be expensive or complicated.
We delve into the exciting events taking place virtually and in person across Scotland for Cyber Scotland Week 2022. We also find out about the first year of the CyberScotland Partnership and the Scottish Business Resilience Centre's new Cyber Incident Response Pack helping organisations prepare themselves in advance.
UKC3 was established earlier this year to support and promote the work of the UK cyber clusters, with a particular focus on skills, ecosystem development, and driving growth and innovation. Join us to learn about what the cyber clusters do, plus how (and why) to connect with your local cyber cluster.
Ahead of the formal launch in October, SASIG is delighted to have an insight into a new policing project. Not-for-profit cyber resilience centres have successfully brought together police and private sector companies – now a national company will launch in October. Join us to discover the organisation’s plans.
Join us for an outline of Scotland’s approach to creating the right conditions for a cyber resilient nation. Explore the partnership’s role in supporting delivery of the strategic framework for a cyber resilient Scotland and the success of CyberScotland Week, as well as some of its other current projects.
An introduction to the UK Cyber Security Council, which launches in April. This session will provide details on the reasons and drivers behind the Council’s formation, how the Council will operate, what the collaboration between the Council and NCSC will look like and what the expected impact on the profession will be.