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Scot-Secure 2022
United Kingdom | Edinburgh
March 23, 2022

Data Protection Summit 2022
United Kingdom | Edinburgh
March 24, 2022

DIGIT Leader 2022
United Kingdom | Edinburgh
April 28, 2022

Cloud First 2023
United Kingdom | Edinburgh
June 15, 2023
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Scot-Secure is the biggest yearly cyber security conference in Scotland. Senior InfoSec employees, IT leaders, academics, security researchers, and law enforcement are all expected to attend, creating a unique arena for information sharing, discussion, and high-level networking.

The initiative aims to raise awareness and share best practices by highlighting new threats, new research, and shifting adversary tactics, as well as looking at practical solutions to increase resilience, detection, and response.

The Summit will be a hybrid event, including live sessions at Dynamic Earth with an in-person audience and virtual sessions streaming through the internet.

Data Protection Summit 2022

GDPR marked a watershed moment in data privacy when it went into effect in 2018. After four years, the environment has changed, with the UK government now attempting to update data protection rules after the EU’s withdrawal.

The newest survey, which began in September, includes more than 70 new recommendations aimed at lowering obstacles to innovation and data flow while also strengthening public services. However, the ideas have been criticized for departing from the European agreement, raising fears of a deterioration of UK data protection standards.

The DP 2022 Summit will put recent advancements in the data protection sector into context, with frontline practitioners sharing their perspectives on significant trends, problems, and best practices. The ICO will also give an update on regulatory priorities, the Age Appropriate Design Code, and anonymization during the event.

The following are some of the most important conference topics:

  • Data Protection reform
  • Information security and breach notification
  • Databases, mapping, and classification
  • Global data flow and information sharing post-Schrems II
  • Anonymisation, pseudonymisation and encryption
  • Impact of emerging technologies: AI, Cloud, Biometrics

Cloud First 2023

Because of the urgent need to enable large-scale remote working capabilities, the pandemic has hastened the transition to cloud-based services. This move was driven by the rapid necessity to provide large-scale distant working capabilities. This pattern shows no signs of reversing, and Gartner forecasts that global spending on public cloud computing will increase to more than $482 billion in 2022, from $313 billion in 2020.

Moving from physical, on-premise IT to a service-based architecture that offers more agility, elasticity, and predictability is something that many businesses are doing as part of a bigger infrastructure change. This shift to the Cloud is one component of this larger transformation.

However, despite the fact that cloud computing has resulted in a plethora of benefits for businesses, it has also resulted in a new set of problems and contractual distinctions, in addition to additional compliance and re-skilling requirements. And those in charge of information technology are being compelled to weigh the relative merits of public, private, and hybrid information systems while also taking into account who is to blame for issues of accessibility, affordability, and safety.

The move to services based in the cloud will be contextualized at the Summit, during which attendees will look at significant trends, breakthroughs, and use cases, and explore how to maximize the business impact of Cloud technology.

Personnel of C-suite level and higher who work in IT and Digital are the target audience for the Summit.

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