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Cyber Scotland Week 2022

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The Scottish Government’s Cyber Scotland Week 2022 will take place from 28 February to 6 March. It is a week-long series of events that aims to make Scottish businesses, organisations, and individuals more cyber aware and resilient.

During the week you will hear from experts, influencers, and the next generation of talent, who will educate, inform, and support you on cyber resilience and how it can be implemented into your businesses, charities, education, and homes.

There are four main ways you can get involved in Cyber Scotland Week:

  • Attend events to increase your cyber awareness and resilience
  • Host an event for your customers, members, network, colleagues, and friends
  • If your a cyber expert you can share your knowledge and expertise with others
  • Spread the word, follow Cyber Scotland on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter and share with your networks using #CSW2022

For information on events workshops, or how your business can get involved, visit the Cyber Scotland Week website.

Support from the Supplier Development Programme

The Supplier Development Programme plans to support Cyber Scotland Week 2022, and more information will be posted in due course. During Cyber Scotland Week, the Supplier Development Programme in partnership with the Scottish Government will be hosting a free Cyber Resilience – helping you meet the requirements of public sector tendering webinar on 1 March. At this webinar you will learn about the Cyber Security Procurement Support Tool (CSPST), which a free resource for Scottish businesses to use. It helps you as a supplier, assess your cyber security needs. The CSPST is also used by public sector buyers to assess the cyber security of bidding suppliers. To find out more book your free place on SDP website.

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