The Cyber Resilience Centre for the West Midlands welcomes its first Platinum Member, eSpida.
eSpida is a Birmingham based IT consultancy, offering innovative IT infrastructure solutions for organisations looking to challenge the technical status quo and transform operational effectiveness.
Working alongside you, eSpida can help solve technical conundrums which may be holding your organisation back. From basic IT Consultancy, IT procurement and design principles, to asset custodianship and life cycle management, eSpida can support existing IT teams to optimise performance.
eSpida is a Cato Network partner delivering the world’s first SASE platform converging SD-WAN and network security into a global, cloud-native service. We deliver optimal network security architecture to help IT team regain control.
The Platinum Membership package provides businesses from the West Midlands region (covering the West Midlands, West Mercia, Warwickshire, and Staffordshire police force areas) with an opportunity to benefit from the features of the centre’s core membership, along with extra features personalised to each organisation, such as multiple e-newsletter features on a chosen cyber topic, a half-day cyber security awareness training session for their organisation, a members breakfast networking event and discounts on the WMCRC’s cyber security services.
Vanessa Eyles, Detective Superintendent and Director of The Cyber Resilience Centre for the West Midlands, said:
“It is my pleasure to welcome eSpida to the growing number of businesses who have registered to become members of the WMCRC.
“Our mission is simple, we exist to help businesses of all sizes (although we do have a focus on SMEs, micro-businesses, and sole traders) to better protect themselves in the fight against cybercrime. It is collaborations such as this one with eSpida that will provide us with a wider platform, to further raise awareness of how following basic cyber security steps can have a significant effect on an organisation’s ability to fend off cybercriminals.
I am delighted to be working with the team at eSpida, and I look forward to exploring how we can reach businesses across the whole of the region in the coming months to tackle the threat of cybercrime.
Improve your business’s cyber security with free membership at the Cyber Resilience Centre for the West Midlands
If you would like to learn how you can improve your business’s cyber security, please take a look at the free membership available with the Cyber Resilience Centre for the West Midlands, or why not talk to us about becoming a part of our exclusive paid membership community.
With our free membership, you will receive regular tips and guidance on how to firm up your business’s cyber security. We have already produced checklists for you to follow to help you develop best practices, short and easy-to-follow videos that highlight how to spot the signs of phishing attacks, and many other resources.
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