Judges Celebrate Scotland’s Innovation and Export success in Cyber Resilience

BRIM Founder and CEO, Mandy Haeburn-Little, celebrates Scotland’s innovation and success in cyber resilience with fellow judges at the Scottish Cyber Awards. Now in its 4th Year, The Scottish Cyber Awards has quickly established itself as a cornerstone of the Cyber annual calendar of events in Scotland.

Part of the founding team of this annual award body, Judge Mandy is excited about the innovation coming out of Scotland in this digital era, and the readiness of International interest in Scotland’s excellence.

Having been an award winner in previous years, Zonefox has since gone on to be acquired by global giant Fortinet, demonstrating the dynamic role Scotland’s Business Resilience Centre, SBRC has to play on the global stage.

You can see highlights from this year’s awards ceremony including BRIMs CEO Mandy in this video.

To find out more about the Scottish Cyber Awards, click here.

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