What’s on Offer?
The Cyber Resilience Centre for the South West supports and helps protect SMEs and supply chain businesses and third sector organisations in the region against cyber crime.
Businesses and charities can register for free core membership. If you do, we’ll give you a package of nationally-produced guidance from the National Cyber Security Centre, which sets out very simply the key risks you should be thinking of, and how you can reduce them. We’ll follow this up with personal contact to make sure everything’s ok, and after that, we’ll give you a regular newsletter to keep you abreast of the latest scams and threats. And we’ll provide regular free webinars at which you can learn more from the experts. So it’s a one-stop shop that helps you get safe, and stay safe.
If you need more bespoke advice, we employ top-quality undergraduates from local universities who are checked, trained, supervised and monitored by national experts. They can provide a number of services very inexpensively, from checking out information available publicly and through the darkweb which might compromise your safety, through to more detailed audits of your processes and systems.
Who’s it for?
The South West Cyber Resilience Centre (CRC) is led by serving police officers, as part of a not-for-profit partnership with business and academia. Funded by the Home Office, the centre aims to help businesses and charities in the region protect themselves from cybercrime.
We cover the policing areas of Devon and Cornwall, Avon and Somerset, Dorset, Glos and Wilts. As part of a national network, we provide free core membership which delivers simple and comprehensible guidance on reducing cyber risks, with regular updates on the latest threats.
Speak to the Growth Hub team to find out more, or go to South West Cyber Resilience Centre SWCRC