CyberScotland Week runs from February 22 to February 28 and will see a host of online events taking place aimed at making Scotland more cyber aware and resilient.
The partnership will highlight the threats that key decision-makers in Scotland in the public and private sectors should be aware of and what steps they can take to minimise the risk to their organisations.
Those attending events will learn how to increase their cyber awareness, about innovation in the industry and what skills are needed to break into the sector.
Editorial Director of The Scotsman, Joy Yates, said: "The pandemic has shown how technology can transform how we live and work, however, with this freedom comes many new risks therefore it is pleasing to have seen how Scotland's cyber security has grown in recent years.
"We look forward to contributing through our own event and highlighting the people and organisations that are helping to grow the sector."
The Scotsman will preview CyberScotland week alongside hosting an online event.
Ciara Mitchell, Head of Cyber at ScotlandIS, welcomed the partnership.
“We are delighted to announce our official media partnership with The Scotsman for this year’s CyberScotland Week, she said.
"Cyber awareness and staying safe online is more important than ever before. Whether you are looking to protect yourself at home, looking for a career in Scotland’s burgeoning cyber sector or working for a community group, CyberScotland Week is packed full of expert advice, online events, seminars and training opportunities.”
The Scotsman has a number of sponsorship opportunities around its partnership with CyberScotland week. For details, email [email protected] .