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: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Abertay cyberQuarter is the perfect platform for tech businesses to work together to solve existing and emerging problems, brilliantly supported by some of the best minds in industry and Scottish universities.
The Abertay cyberQuarter is housed in a completely refurbished Abertay University building and offers:
A physical space for collaboration and experimentation using digital tools and technologies.
A secure cloud-computing infrastructure for specialist online teaching and learning, and a digital provision of R&D and knowledge-exchange activities.
There are a mix of shared and private workspaces within a physically and digitally secure setting, combined with amenities for meetings and events.
The Abertay cyberQuarter operates over four floors of the building. This ranges from open plan, collaborative areas to private office accommodation for single occupancy, as well as seminar rooms for training and CPD delivery. Additionally, there is a large events area, including an outdoor terrace and a cinema.
Organisations who want to work with us on R&D projects.
Businesses needing knowledge exchange activities such as Knowledge Transfer Partnerships or contract research.
Large employers who need a touchdown spot for locally based employees.
Cyber security start-ups and scale-ups.
Satellite offices for companies of any size who need a Scottish or Tay Cities regional base.
Employers keen to relocate to Dundee to take advantage of our tech ecosystem and ready supply of local talent.
The Abertay cyberQuarter is more than just a building: it’s a community of individuals and organisations who are trying to make the virtual world more secure. With our know-how, creativity and innovation, we'll build fairness, inclusion and economic growth as we go.
However large or small your organisation or requirements, come and discuss your needs with us - we really want this community to grow.
We have various levels of affordable subscription packages available.
We are particularly keen to gain founding partners. This is a special membership for companies who sign up in 2022/23. As well as working with our amazing students and academics, the founding partner subscription includes co-working and collaboration spaces, as well as representation on our industry steering group. We want our partners and users to have a real say in how we operate and our future research.
This is your chance to get in early, to connect with key stakeholders and contribute to our thinking as we get underway. If you need dedicated office space as part of your membership, we can create a bespoke package just for you.
If you know of businesses/organisations that would like to engage with the Abertay cyberQuarter, or would like to discuss the cybersecurity expertise we have available, please contact Cheryl Torano: email@example.com
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