Call for Businesses: Get Involved with the Tay Cities Cyber Quarter

Call for Businesses: Get Involved with the Tay Cities Cyber Quarter

 

In November, The Scottish Government and the UK government collectively announced that they will be investing £11.7m towards a new cybersecurity research and development centre as part of the Tay Cities Deal. Lead by Abertay University, with the Scottish Business Resilience Centre working as core partners, the city of Dundee’s new ‘cyberQuarter’ will be a cluster of academic and industry activity, offering expertise in applied research and access to a range of public-sector support for local businesses and public bodies.

Chief Executive of the Scottish Business Resilience Centre, Mandy Haeburn-Little, is calling for businesses to get involved and support this new investment which will position Dundee as a key player in the UK cybersecurity industry and will play a crucial part in retaining the skills talent that is produced there.

Are you keen to get involved? Contact [email protected] or give us a call on 01786447441

Alternatively, you can express your interest to Abertay University by emailing [email protected] 

To read more about the Tay Cities Deal and the development of the Cyber Quarter, click here

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