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The Cyber Resilience Centre for the West Midlands

Stand: Hall 4 / H62
  • Cyber Security
  • Business Services
  • Training & Training Equipment
  • Emergency Planning Services
  • IT
  • The Emergency Tech Show

The police-led Cyber Resilience Centre for the West Midlands is a partnership with the private sector and academia that launched to help businesses protect themselves from cybercrime. The centre's core membership is free and doesn’t commit you to anything that you’ll later be charged for. There are options to upgrade and to utilise the Cyber Resilience Centre's services, but these are not compulsory.


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  • Your people can be your biggest asset and with security awareness training they can become highly effective barriers to cyber-crime. Security awareness training provides simple and effective knowledge ...
  • 74% of respondents said that they don’t use different passwords for different accounts, showing that only 20% of respondents used different passwords for all accounts they use. The survey found that a ...
  • The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau Cyber Crime Dashboard details that from 1st January 2022 - 19th July 2022, there 718 were incidents of social media and email hacking. These incidents have led t ...
  • Software Updates and Patching Top Tips

    26 Aug 2022 The Cyber Resilience Centre for the West Midlands
    Every piece of software your business uses whether this be payment transaction software or a digital stock management system, offers the potential for unauthorised access and exploitation. If your bus ...
  • Cyber security services designed with SMEs in mind

    26 Aug 2022 The Cyber Resilience Centre for the West Midlands
    Here at The Cyber Resilience Centre for the West Midlands (WMCRC), we provide a range of affordable, professional cyber security services that help you assess, build, and manage your companies cyber s ...
  • Our mission is simple, we exist to help businesses of all sizes (although we do have a focus on SME’s, micro businesses, and sole traders) to better protect themselves in the fight against cybercrime.
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