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Exclusive interview with latest WMCRC Board Member, Tracey Onslow.

In our latest interview, Alison Hurst WMCRC Director speaks to Tracey Onslow, Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner for West Mercia about becoming the latest Board Member of the Centre. Tracey discusses her thoughts on the importance of the WMCRC and the benefit it will have for businesses across the whole West Midlands region.

Tracey said: “Birmingham is the UK’s second-largest city, with lots of corporate offices and it's very easy to think that’s a true representation the whole of the West Midlands, but it’s not.

"West Merica, the area that I’m from is made up of Worcestershire, Shropshire and Staffordshire and these are very rural areas and also are very large farming communities. They’re sole traders, partnerships and they haven’t got the resources in their companies to have a department of people who look after cybersecurity for them, they have to do it themselves.”

Watch the full interview here.


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