The man who will lead the fight for Scottish businesses against cyber criminals has been appointed.
Mr Doyle, who graduated from Abertay, will be part of the SBRC cyber team, giving presentations and offering cyber security advice to SBRC member organisations.
He said: “I’ve always been fascinated by the intersection of technology and crime.
“Ethical hacking is about offensive security and helping organisations identify their weak points to ensure they don’t fall victim to digital criminal activity.
“I’m excited for the opportunity to help Scottish businesses improve their cyber security and become more cyber resilient.”
This announcement follows SBRC’s recent appointment of Kirstie Steele as cyber resilience community lead, showing the organisation’s commitment to ensuring Scottish businesses have access to a range of cyber services.
Jude McCorry, SBRC chief executive, said: “As technology rapidly advances, the need for ethical hackers and cyber security specialists increases every year.
“Identifying and mitigating weaknesses is a vital component of any organisation’s cyber security strategy.
“As ethical hacker, Declan will play an important role in helping Scottish businesses identify vulnerabilities and better secure their data.”