Agenda

06 December 2018

  • Registration & Refreshments Take the opportunity to meet speakers and fellow delegates before the conference commences. Coffee, tea and refreshments will be served in the exhibition area from 8:30am.
  • Chair & Introduction
    Overview: Alisdair Gunn is Director Framewire ..read more »

    Alisdair Gunn is Director Framewire and BIMA Scotland Council

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  • Scotland as a global centre of excellence With a strong pipeline of talent, a fast-growing SME sector, and world-leading research, Scotland can position itself as a global centre of excellence, attracting talent and investment.
    Overview: Kate Forbes, Minister of Public ..read more »

    Kate Forbes, Minister of Public Finance and Digital Economy, Scottish Government 

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  • Safe, Secure, Prosperous; a Scottish strategy update The latest developments in implementation of Scotland’s Cyber Resilience strategy and associated action plans, bringing together skills for citizens, resilience of the public, private, and third sectors, and economic opportunity.
    Overview: Andy Drought, Head, Cyber Resilience ..read more »

    Andy Drought, Head, Cyber Resilience Unit, Scottish Government

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  • Maximising the economic opportunities How cyber clusters contribute to Scotland as a world-class cyber resilient nation and the key actions necessary to support development and expansion of our cyber security sector.
    Overview: Natalie Sparks, Digital Economy Specialist, ..read more »

    Natalie Sparks, Digital Economy Specialist, Scottish Enterprise

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  • Cyber Security and SME's in a Post-Brexit Europe Increased collaboration across Europe and support for innovation from SMEs, public sector and universities is key to addressing cyber security issues and building more trusted systems.
    Overview: Professor Bill Buchanan, School of ..read more »

    Professor Bill Buchanan, School of Computing, Edinburgh Napier University. 

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  • Refreshments & Networking
  • Masterclasses Each Workshop includes a real-time case study that illustrates the positive impact of innovative digital products and service on security.
    Overview: Workshop 1: A: Reducing vulnerabilities ..read more »

    Workshop 1: 

    A: Reducing vulnerabilities in loT
    B: Securing the industrial internet
    C: Deploying Artificial Intelligence

    Workshop 2: 

    A: Your workforce as a key line defence 
    B: Best practice in information governance
    C: Learning from other people's mistakes

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  • Lunch
  • Skills and learning Raising awareness and engagement, embedding cyber resilience in lifelong learning, increasing resilience at work, and developing the workforce so skills supply meets demand.
  • DLT in Cyber Security How distributed ledger technologies can eliminate central points of attack, offer strong authentication without the need for passwords and human intervention, and provide organisations with transparency over attempts to tamper with their data.
    Overview: Peter Ferry, Founder and Commercial ..read more »

    Peter Ferry, Founder and Commercial Director, Wallet.Services. 

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  • Systems of Response when Cyber-Attacks Succeed Ensuring cyber incident response policies and processes in place, and that these can integrate with robust, clear, central cyber incident notification and coordination protocols.
    Overview: Nicola Burnett, Detective Superintendent, Specialist ..read more »

    Nicola Burnett, Detective Superintendent, Specialist Crime Division, Police Scotland.

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  • Q & A
  • Refreshments & Networking
  • Intelligence-led cyber security Integrating cyber threat intelligence into your organisation using evidence-based knowledge and informing decisions across your entire organisation in response to threats.
    Overview: Graham Bye, Cybersecurity Information Sharing ..read more »

    Graham Bye, Cybersecurity Information Sharing Partnership Co-ordinator, Scotland.

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  • How to spot the hackers Understanding what makes your organisation vulnerable, the latest threats and how they work, defending your organisation against attack, plus best practice at work … and home.
    Overview: Gerry Grant, Ethical Hacker, Scottish ..read more »

    Gerry Grant, Ethical Hacker, Scottish Business Resilience Centre. 

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  • Private sector challenges and opportunities Developing a common approach to cyber resilience across the private sector and positioning Scotland as a world-leading nation in cyber resilience.
  • Q & A
  • Conference Close

Cyber Security - Agenda

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06 December 2018 Glasgow 99 George St - G1 1RD United Kingdom

Cyber Security

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