Dr Natalie Coull, Head of Division of Cybersecurity has become a member of the National Cyber Resilience Advisory Board (NCRAB).
The NCRAB brings together leaders and influencers across the private, public and third sectors to provide strategic advice to support Scottish Ministers and the Scottish Government to help ensure Scotland is a digitally secure and resilient nation.
The board supports the delivery of the Strategic Framework for a Cyber Resilient Scotland which aims to ensure Scotland is ready to deal with cyber security risks and has business continuity plans in place to cope with the constantly evolving threats in the digital world.
The NCRAB also helps to strengthen strategic relationships across sectors and by influencing or intervening at strategic level to unblock barriers to achieving outcomes.
Dr Natalie Coull says: “I am delighted to have been appointed to the National Cyber Resilience Advisory Board.
“The NCRAB has already made great progress to ensure Scotland can bounce-back for any cyber attacks it faces and can be prosperous in the digital sphere.
“I look forward to working with my new colleagues to ensure we’re as prepared as can be for ever-changing online threats.”