Why attend

We have 20 years' experience serving the global cybersecurity community, and were delighted to receive such a warm welcome for last year's inaugural e-Crime & Cybersecurity Scotland. Join us again this year to:

 

Stay up-to-date with the latest developments in emerging security technologies

Are we on the verge of a new era in cybersecurity? Can AI live up to its promises and stop most threats before they need human intervention of any kind?  If so, how does this change the job of the CISO, the teams they lead, the structure and function of SOCs and the maturity of a security culture?

"As ever a cracking event by AKJ bringing the e-Crime Congress to Edinburgh. Edinburgh has a large, dynamic and entrepreneurial Cyber and IS demographic and it was exceptional to see this recognised by AKJ on hosting this event! Great speakers, thought provoking discussion and innovative vendor – a great a way to kick off this event!"

Manager Information Security & Resilience, Operational Risk Oversight, TSB
 

Find out how your peers in other organisations are meeting their goals

Hear from experts representing a cross-section of industries about how they are addressing business priorities and operational objectives in order to reduce risk, protect data, ensure compliance and strengthen security posture.

"The diverse views across the speakers and the depth of knowledge across the room was excellent and kept the audience engaged throughout the day – no small feat when there is so much information to absorb in one day."

Cyber Resilience Unit, Scottish Government

 

Understand how 'best practice' is evolving and help drive the debate forward

Hear case studies that detail how security frameworks and methodologies are being applied in the real world to help lines of business and the board take advantage of new opportunities, increase productivity, enable agility and decrease cost.

"The whole day was informative from start to end. Some of the speakers were able to introduce real passion and fun into what could be seen as a dry topic to the outsider. The breakout sessions I went to were packed out and were delivered by knowledgeable speakers, authorities in their own area who engaged their audiences well. Expect to be challenged in your thinking, meet some new people facing similar issues to you, and enjoy being looked after by the catering team."

Lead Security Architect, Lloyds Banking Group

 

Network and engage with colleagues from a cross-section of industries

Connect with contacts who share common interests and concerns, speak directly with those who are managing similar projects and discuss solution paths with experienced representatives of leading service suppliers.

"e-Crime has grown to become a truly international event with informative sessions tackling contemporary issues and providing insight to the challenges that face security professionals right now. A blend of education, awareness, insight and take-aways has made this one of the best informational and networking events of the year for the security profession. Already looking forward to a varied yet current selection of high quality presentations next time around."

CSO, University of Dundee

 

This event will feature expert speakers from industry and the market's leading service suppliers to deliver:

 

  • Critical and unique insights that can inform the direction of business, technology and security strategy
  • Practical steps that can help assess exposure to, articulate and proactively mitigate the impacts of emerging risks
  • Examples of proven approaches that can ensure commercial objectives are met in a secure, compliant manner
  • Guidance on future issues and challenges to consider as part of the enterprise decision-making process