If your organization is responsible for protecting the security of nations, economies and critical infrastructures, you are invited to attend NatCSIRT to discuss unique challenges with your peers. Topics will focus on current National CSIRT issues, tools and methods. This year’s NatCSIRT meeting will be held on Friday afternoon (June 21) and all day Saturday … Read more
We’ve included this event in our UK recommended events of 2019 because of its’ longevity within IT Security. The organizers have gone a long way to ensuring that so many Cybersecurity niches are covered. If you live and work in Edinburgh, within Cybersecurity, then we’d certainly encourage you to attend this conference. The other amazing thing about this event is that it lasts for five days which, as far as we know, is one of the longest InfoSec events to take place in the United Kingdom.
BSides Scotland will be a single-day event that will be held at the Royal College of Physicians on Queen Street, Edinburgh on April 23, 2019. The ticket will include a breakfast snack, lunch, two coffee breaks and a “goodie bag” containing a conference t-shirt, a printed program and other material donated by the event sponsors. … Read more
Le Tour Du Hack is ENUSEC’s, Edinburgh Napier University Security Society, annual flagship event. The goal of Le Tour Du Hack is to educate attendees on cybersecurity through engaging, innovative and unique ways. The first Le Tour Du Hack took place in 2017 as a weekend face-to-face CTF competition aimed at students interested in cybersecurity … Read more
From accusations of state-backed hacking to the unprecedented global disruption caused by the WannaCry ransomware attack which affected NHS Scotland, cyber-threats are accelerating in frequency and complexity. It is no longer possible for cyber-security policies to be purely reactive and it is essential all organizations’ have the capacity to protect themselves from security breaches and … Read more
The demand for cyber-resilience is changing the Scottish landscape. Data breaches and losses have hit three Scottish councils, and Edinburgh is in the top four UK regions when it comes to volume of cyber-attacks over the last 5 years. Last year, 11 of Scotland’s 14 health territorial boards were taken down by the global WannaCry … Read more
We’ve recommended this one for all the ultra-nerds out there. If you’re a penetration tester or network engineer, or perhaps better said, involved with any coding/ IT systems in London within a security remit then this is an event that you ought to attend. We’d suggest to attend this because Linux, as we all know, runs most of the stacks and systems that we use.
If you work with “Big Data” then this event would be ideal. With our intention of covering as many niches as we can we included this event.
ISACA’s CACS conferences offer audit, risk and security professionals the opportunity to build a custom schedule across a spectrum of topics.
Learn about current and emerging cyber threats at Holyrood Connect’s Cyber Security 2018 Conference and join peers and cyber security experts for easily implemented solutions to secure your data and minimize your exposure in the event of an attack.
The event will be focusing on technical security, traditional InfoSec, and secure development. There will be three dedicated tracks. We are huge fans of BSides: here’s our static resource which includes a calendar of all BSides events (streamed from the BSides HQ). Upon request we always add BSides events within this main directory.