AFFINITY WITH LIKE-MINDED

organisations, meet our partners.

Incredible organisations who lead the way in engaging with the community in Scotland or are indeed a community themselves, and have outwardly agreed to CSC’s Partner Agreement to signal their support for what we do.

These organisations encourage their employees, students or customers involvement, and more importantly into promoting (or continuing to promote) our values within their organisation, and indeed our industry.

Is a leading independent and impartial source of skills and knowledge on cyber security. It supports a wide range of engagements around innovation, research and knowledge exchange. We work with a range of organisations on understanding and mitigating risks, & effective measures for investigation and incident response.

The Data Lab is Scotland’s innovation centre for data and AI. Through hubs in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Inverness, we foster innovation through collaboration, build skills and grow talent, and champion Scotland’s data science community. We help Scotland maximise value from data and lead the world to a data-powered future.

ENU, nurture talent and create knowledge that shapes communities all around the world. ENU is a public university in Edinburgh, Scotland. Napier Technical College, the predecessor of the university was founded in 1964, taking its name from 16th-century Scottish mathematician and philosopher John Napier.

Our main focus is Information Security. However, given our varied background and fields of interest, almost every technological aspect of modern life is up for discussion. Everyone is welcome!

The Scottish Business Resilience Centre exists to create a secure environment where business can trade securely, regardless of size and sector. Our mission is to make Scotland a more resilient and safer place to live and work.

ENUSEC is a student society interested in all aspects of security. The society was started in 2015 by a small collective of students and staff associated with the cybersecurity courses at ENU.

ISC2’s mission is to advance information security across Scotland.

We do this through providing our members and security professionals with the opportunity to share knowledge and grow professionally.

The Turing’s Testers are raising the profile and encouraging more girls to get into Computing Science. They have created a Nationwide cyber competition, Cyber Treasure Hunt that targets at S2 girls in Scotland to encourage into the cyber sector.

Women in Cyber Security brings Scotland’s women studying, working or interested in cybersecurity together. Inspired by;

Scotland Women in Technology (SWiT), exists to Champion, Celebrate, and Invest in women in the technology sector in Scotland. Founded in 2008, SWiT is a not-for-profit organisation with a drive to put gender equality at the forefront of the technology industry in Scotland.

TechVets is a UK not-for-profit company which supports military veterans and service leavers into careers in information security. The volunteer run organisation works in partnership with The Royal Foundation, The Ministry of Defence, and CREST.

The University of Strathclyde is a public research university located in Glasgow, Scotland. Founded in 1796 as the Andersonian Institute, it is Glasgow’s second-oldest university, receiving its royal charter in 1964 as the first technological university in the UK.

Skills Development Scotland is the national skills agency of Scotland. It is an executive non-departmental public body of the Scottish Government.