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Splunk User Group Edinburgh
So how do you keep up with all of that Splunk goodness year-round? Splunk Community, That’s How. Grow your Splunk knowledge by connecting with other Splunk users over Slack, at Splunk User Group meetings and through Splunk Answers.
The Cyber Academy
The Cyber Academy is a leading independent and impartial source of skills and knowledge on cyber security. It supports a wide range of engagements around innovation, research and knowledge exchange.
ENU Security Society at Edinburgh Napier University
ENUSEC is a student society interested in all aspects of security. The society was started in 2015 by a small collective of students and staff associated with the excellent cybersecurity courses at Edinburgh Napier University.
SIGINT Security Society at the University of Edinburgh
SIGINT is a Cybersecurity special interest group at the University of Edinburgh. SIGINT create socials, tech talks and CTFs, everyone is welcome.
ISC2 Scottish Chapter - Experience Level (Professional)
ISC2's mission is to advance information security across Scotland by providing our members and other security professionals with the opportunity to share knowledge, grow professionally, educate others, and collaborate on projects.
2600 Edinburgh
Edinburgh 2600 meetings are similar to those held around the world. Hackers, crackers, geeks, hats of any colour, technology enthusiasts, hacktivists, and other like-minded folks are most welcome.
ISACA Scottish Chapter - Experience Level (Professional)
The ISACA® Scottish chapter was formed in March 2002 to provide members living and/or working in Scotland with the opportunity to network with fellow professionals. We also provide training and professional development opportunities.
OWASP Scotland
OWASP is a global community that drives the visibility and evolution in the safety and security of the world’s software. Everyone is free to participate in OWASP and all of their materials are available under a free and open software licenses.
Glasgow Defcon (DC44141)
Glasgow based Defcon aiming to promote networking and information sharing between technology interested people. Everyone is welcome!
IISP Regional Branch for Scotland
The Institute of Information Security Professionals provides a focal point for the profession, working tirelessly to raise the standards of professionalism with the industry and promote the growth of talent available to government and business alike. We work with academia to help develop new courses and entry-routes into the profession, as well as corporate and government organisations to promote the growth of talent in the workplace.
Edinburgh Defcon (DC44131)
Edinburgh Defcon aims to promote networking and information sharing between people interested in technology. Our main focus is Information Security. However, given our varied background and fields of interest, almost every technological aspect of modern life is up for discussion. Everyone is welcome!