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Cyber Scotland Week February 28th to 6th March 2022

CyberScotland Week, Scotland’s annual week-long festival of events on cyber awareness, cyber careers, and innovation in cyber security, is to return next year.

Running for its fourth year, CyberScotland Week is taking place from 28th February – 6th March 2022.

This week is a fantastic opportunity for you and your organisation to learn how to stay secure online. Learn how you can protect yourself, protect your business and be more cyber aware.

There are many ways you can get involved in CyberScotland Week and you don’t need to be a cyber security expert to host an event! They can help match you speakers, experts and the talent of the future to help you put on an event.

How can you get involved CyberScotland Week?

  • Cyber experts – share your knowledge and expertise. You could offer to speak at an event and the team will help match you with an event host.
  • Host an event for your customers, members, network, colleagues and friends and share your expertise and knowledge.
  • Attend events to increase your cyber awareness and resilience. Book here.
  • Help us spread the word, follow us on social media and share with your network. Like and share posts to help keep your colleagues, friends and family secure. #CSW2022

Further information on ways to get involved can be found here.

To offer to host an event or speak at one, please contact [email protected]

Join us for an opportunity to get to know the CyberScotland Partnership on 29th November (in person – Glasgow), as well as connecting with other organisations in the run up to CSW2022.  Book your space here.

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