The Abertay cyberQuarter is a new £18m cybersecurity research and development centre housed within Abertay University.
This initiative brings together students, academics, and organisations to help solve global cybersecurity challenges.
The Abertay cyberQuarter aims to:
Increase technical problem solving for industry.
Increase industry-academia interaction and collaboration.
Increase access to cyber employment opportunities in the area.
With a worldwide shortage of cybersecurity skills, we are offering businesses access to new talent, as well as giving real-world experience to our students. This is especially relevant if you are keen to recruit our Ethical Hacking and Cybersecurity graduates or from our partner colleges and other upskilling/reskilling initiatives.
The centre can work with businesses across all sectors, raising awareness of cybersecurity and developing fit for purpose cybersecurity solutions while continuously developing the skills of students and professionals.
To join our exciting new venture or find out more, get in touch with Cheryl Torano: email@example.com.
About the cyberQuarter
Meet the Team
About the Division of Cyber Security
June 2022: Abertay cyberQuarter creates new home for cybersecurity innovation and research
December 2020: Abertay University named UK Centre of Excellence for Cyber Security
The Tay Cities Deal is a partnership between local, Scottish and UK governments and the private, academic and voluntary sectors which seeks to create a smarter and fairer Angus, Dundee, Fife and Perth & Kinross under the headings Inclusive Tay; Innovative Tay; International Tay; Connected Tay and An Empowered Tay.
In total, the 26 projects submitted require investment of £700 million of which £300 million over 10 years is being put in by the UK Government and Scottish Government, subject to final approval of robust business cases.
If every project and programme set out in the submission is funded and delivered, up to 6,000 job opportunities could be created across the tourism, food and drink, creative industries, eco innovation, digital, decommissioning, engineering, biomedical and health and care sectors.
Project supported with funding provided by Scottish Enterprise and the Scottish Government under The Strategic Framework for a Cyber Resilient Scotland.
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