Press

Press articles

2018

  • STV News Dundee, 6pm, 13/07/18- The arrival of an American software company in Dundee is being hailed as a significant boost to its reputation in the sector. (July 2018). View video
  • Evening Telegraph- American software firm opens research centre at Dundee Waterfront. (July 2018). View article
  • Aberdeenshire Council- Kids create winning software solutions to help themselves flourish in a digital world. (June 2018). View article
  • Scottish Business News Network (SBNN)- Glasgow selected for 2020 World Congress on Computational Intelligence. (April 2018). View article
  • Association of British Professional Conference Organisers Limited (ABPCO) – Glasgow is fast becoming the go-to hub for the world’s leading electrical and electronics engineers. (April 2018). View article
  • Glasgow Convention Bureau- Glasgow is fast becoming the go-to hub for the world’s leading electrical and electronics engineers. (April 2018). View article
  • Association Meetings International- Glasgow scoops world congress on computational intelligence . (April 2018). View article

2017

  • The Courier- Pupils to be warned about impact of social media posts. (December 2017). View article
  • Evening Telegraph- Online grooming ‘is a real danger’ across Dundee and Tayside. (December 2017). View article
  • The Courier- Experts and charities urge caution as location-sharing Snap Map goes live. (June 2017). View article
  • The Courier- Explained: How do I change my Snap Map location settings?. (June 2017). View article

2016

  • Evening Telegraph- Abertay lecture will warn of fridge hacking risk. (December 2016). View article
  • The Courier- Abertay University to show how your fridge can be used for cyber spam. (December 2016). View article
  • The Courier- Cybercrime the focus of Abertay Christmas lecture series. (December 2016). View article
  • Acumin- Scottish schools given lessons in cyber security. (December 2016). View article
  • Holyrood Magazine- Scottish school pupils learn about cyber security in Christmas lectures. (December 2016). View article