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An armchair conversation with SASIG

Watch now for an informal armchair discussion as we looked back on the myriad of discussions we've held online and in person over the last year. We also looked ahead to the promises and challenges that lie ahead for the cybersecurity industry in 2024, and reveal some of our plans for the coming year, too.

Cybersecurity Skills Festival 3

SASIG’s Cybersecurity Skills Festival is a biannual series where we discuss skills in cyber and connect those looking for work directly with those looking to hire. The conference agenda is already packed with helpful content and the jobs fair will be on a scale never seen in our industry with backing from public and private sector alike. We look forward to welcoming both existing and future cybersecurity professionals through our virtual doors.

Cyber Scotland Week 2022 - Learning for life online

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.

Respect in Security: Stamping out harassment

Did you know 1/3 of cybersecurity professionals have had personal experience of harassment online? Discover a new movement in infosec that is making drastic changes to stamp out abuse and harassment in our industry. Learn why and how it was created, and find out how we can all help make a difference.

SASIG Special - The rebuilding of Poets View (Jo & Martin’s ‘Grand Design’)

Get to know SASIG founders in this interactive social session. They’ll begin with their story of what was due to be a retirement project, but with Covid, flooding and awkward locals to contend with, turning a damp and dilapidated 1920s bungalow into a forever home became quite the Grand Designs-style challenge. Advice and sympathy equally welcomed!

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