CGI is delighted to sponsor the Scottish Cyber Awards 2019 by presenting the award for Outstanding Woman in Cyber. The Scottish Cyber Awards has quickly established itself as a cornerstone of the annual calendar of Cyber events in Scotland. Now in its 4th year, there is much excitement surrounding the awards and CGI is proud to help highlight the excellent work of the cyber community of Scotland.

This flagship event recognises Cyber Security innovators, pioneers and leaders and will bring the Scottish cyber community together to celebrate its achievements. As the event grows every year, it is becoming more significant for the winners and finalists, leading to increased investment, new opportunities and plaudits for those successful.

The event attracts over 300 guests from a wide array of sectors including some of Scotland’s key cyber influencers and new and established talent. The night will be hosted by Scottish radio presenter Fred MacAulay.

At CGI, we aspire to make cyber security part of everything we do. We work with leading organisations across the commercial sectors and governments in the UK to manage complex security challenges with a business focused approach – protecting what is most valuable to our clients.

As a result, we understand security from all angles and have specialists who can build cyber security into business strategies to drive agility, efficiency and competitive advantage.

CGI regonise the importance of development and continued evolution of cyber skills in Scotland. For this reason we are delighted to support the 2019 Scottish Cyber Awards and look forward to presenting the award for Outstanding Woman in Cyber on the night.

The awards night will be held on the Wednesday 20 November 2019 at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Edinburgh and is organised by the Scottish Business Resilience Centre with a purpose of recognising cyber security excellence in Scotland.

Applications are now open and a full list of award categories can be found on the Scottish Cyber Awards website, along with the opportunity to purchase tickets.

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