CENSIS has been invited to join the CyberScotland Partnership.
The partnership is a collaborative, formal venture of key strategic stakeholders in cyber security, who together are supporting efforts to improve cyber resilience across Scotland and deliver the Scottish Government’s Cyber Resilience Strategy.
The aim of the partners is to work collaboratively to build Scotland-wide cyber resilience while avoiding duplication of effort, improve communication and knowledge sharing relating to cyber threats, promote national events, in particular the annual CyberScotland Week and collectively support the cyber security community.
A CyberScotland portal provides single point access to a range of resources and support, and aims to simplify the process of knowing where to go for advice and guidance on the range of cyber security and resilience issues.
CENSIS has been invited to join the CyberScotland Partnership having established itself as a trusted and authoritative source, undertaking valuable work that contributes to a cyber resilient Scotland.
Cade Wells, cyber security lead and acting Business Development Director at CENSIS said “CENSIS is delighted to be recognised for its work in IoT cyber security and to be welcomed into the CyberScotland Partnership.”
“Threats associated with IoT devices are evolving rapidly, keeping pace with the increased levels of IoT adoption across a range of end markets and application areas. At CENSIS we’ve been working with designers and manufacturers to make them aware of the importance of creating solutions that address cyber security, privacy and resilience but don’t impact functionality. We look forward to bringing our expertise in this space into the Partnership and helping even more organisations create and use IoT products and services that are ‘secure by design’.”