Business leaders and technologists gathered for an industry-leading cybersecurity event in Edinburgh.
Organisers closed registration three weeks early as demand for places soared at Scot Secure 2016, held at Our Dynamic Earth, on April 21.
The day-long event featured contributions from some of Scotland’s leading cybersecurity professionals, including Bill Buchanan, Professor in the School of Computing at Edinburgh Napier University. “The importance of this topic was reinforced with us hav- ing to close registration three weeks prior to the event due to capacity being reached,” said organiser Ray Bugg, Founder of Scot-Tech Engagement.
He added: “Having some of Scotland’s leading information security per- sonnel both presenting and attending the event, Scot-Secure didn’t just focus on the technology but also the culture
and leadership that is required to protect the nations’ business communities from increasingly complex threats.”
Scot-Tech run a series of digital technology events in Edinburgh. Its second annual Mobile Scotland conference takes place on May 26 (www. mobile-scotland.com), with the third annual Scot-Cloud event on June 21 (www.scot-cloud.com). Both take place at Our Dynamic Earth and are free to attend.