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The next gathering of our Scotland Women in Cyber group is taking place as part of Cyber Scotland Week 2023 on Wednesday 1st March. Scotland Women in Cyber aims to create
The next gathering of our Scotland Women in Cyber group is taking place as part of Cyber Scotland Week 2023 on Wednesday 1st March.
Scotland Women in Cyber aims to create a community of female cyber leaders working in Scotland, in order to share challenges, advice and insights with a like-minded group.
Hosted by Abertay’s cyberQuarter, this session will have plenty of opportunity for networking, as well as brilliant guest speakers.
We will be joined by Juliette Wilcox, UK Cyber Security Ambassador, Department of International Trade, who will discuss:
- What roles are available for women in cyber
- Comparison between tech/non-tech roles
- Are there tech roles that women avoid due to out of hour work commitments – for example – SOC
With more speakers to be confirmed shortly.
The event is not only for women; any male allies that are interested and supportive of our purpose are more than welcome!
To secure your spot, click the ‘Learn More’ link below.
(Wednesday) 10:30 am - 1:00 pm GMT
ScotlandIS have launched a project to improve Scotland’s cyber resilience by working with IT Managed Service providers. This marks the fourth in a series of events across Scotland to build a
ScotlandIS have launched a project to improve Scotland’s cyber resilience by working with IT Managed Service providers.
This marks the fourth in a series of events across Scotland to build a network of ITMS providers to share best practice and address key challenges faced by the community.
The event is designed for ITMS providers and interested/associated Cyber and Digital organisations, as well as members of the ScotlandIS Cyber Cluster who have an interest in building Cyber Resilience and providing trusted services across Scotland.
Our fantastic presenters will provide insight on topics that have been requested by the ITMS community.
1400-1425: Welcome – Tea and Coffee
1425-1435: Beverly Bowles, ScotlandIS ITMS Project Lead – ITMS Cluster and Charter
1435-1455: Neil Furminger, IASME – Cyber Accreditation
1455-1520: Alex Woerndle, My Empire Group – When things go wrong
1520-1540: Jon Gasparini, Bright Solid – Containment and recovery
1540-1550: Comfort Break
1550-1610: Amanda Stewart, Illuminate-IT – Women in Managed Services and Developing an MSP
1610-1630: Steve Ross, Shackleton Technologies – Skills, recruitment and flexible working
1630-1650: Jordan Schroeder, Barrier Networks – ‘The Suez Canal’ – Importance of the Supply Chain
1650-1700: Final Questions and Closing remarks
1705-1800: Networking and drinks
(Wednesday) 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm GMT
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