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Do you believe in protecting organisations through cyber security?

Who We Are

The Cyber and Fraud Centre – Scotland is a more than not-for-profit, employee-first organisation that exists to ensure Scottish organisations are as resilient as they can be against cyber and fraud crime. In the eventuality of a cyber or fraud attack, the centre and its partners can support organisations through it and help resume operations.

It is our intention that every Scottish organisation have the skills and knowledge to protect themselves against online attacks. We achieve this through delivering education and preventative training, as well as actively raising awareness of threats throughout the business community.

At the Cyber and Fraud Centre, there is a feeling of genuine care and respect for one another, with our values; focus, agility and accountability at the centre of how we operate. We are keen on nurturing our culture, which supports equality and diversity and helps employees achieve their professional goals as they work to bring safety to organisations around Scotland. The threat landscape is constantly evolving, and this is an exciting time to join our board as we continue to grow and expand our services. 

About the Roles

You will use your skills, networks and experience to collectively help the Board make sound decisions and drive our organisation forward.

We are looking for four new Board members who will meaningfully contribute to broader Board decisions and specifically have skills and experience in one of the following areas at a senior level:

  • Strategic Marketing
  • Communications
  • Financial Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Legal

Role Responsibilities

You will:

  • Challenge the organisation on various business matters and provide an independent objective view.
  • Provide advice on the Cybeer and Fraud Centres’ strategy and agreed business goals and objectives.
  • Consider the opinions of stakeholders where appropriate.
  • Offer professional advice within your area of expertise and identify new opportunities.


Our Board meets about four times a year, and meetings are held in our office in Linlithgow, West Lothian. All Board members are expected to ensure they understand our business and to prepare for these meetings by reading, researching and questioning.

The Appointment

Board appointments are for a three-year term that can be renewed for a maximum of six years.

To Apply

Send an up-to-date CV and cover letter setting out your suitability for the role to [email protected] 

Closing date 23rd March