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DigiKnow – Practical Cyber Resilience

In 2020, Young Scot launched the Digi Know? Champions Award in collaboration with Glasgow Kelvin College. The Award helps young people build the skills and knowledge they need to protect themselves online, whilst gaining an SCQF Level 4 qualification for taking part.

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National Progression Award (NPA) in Cyber Security (SCQF levels 4, 5 and 6)

A school-level qualification designed to raise awareness of cyber security and fill the current skills gap in this field. They will encourage learners to improve their cyber hygiene and enable them to identify security weakness safely, legally and ethically.

Executive Education Training: Cyber Security

This programme provides CEOs, Directors and Non-Executive Directors with frameworks and best practice for managing cyber security-related risk, separate from the specialised IT infrastructure typically associated with this topic. Course content includes lectures and highly interactive discussions, as well as […]

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