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Introducing CentriVault - the newest Board member to join WMCRC

West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre is delighted to welcome CentriVault as the newest member of our board.

Founded in 2019 and now part of the Vault UK Group, CentriVault offers a comprehensive range of cyber security and connected services. In 2021, they achieved Certification Body status and linked with Cyber Essentials, developing cyber security investment modelling tools with several academic cyber clusters. Today, they service customers with collectively over 20,000 employees in just the UK alone.

Additionally, they have taken over the Cyber Advisory Services - a free to use service for any of their Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) customers - as a unique offering providing organisations who have suffered a cyber-attack with dedicated online support.

CentriVault and WMCRC are working closely together to ensure organisations and businesses across the West Midlands region are aware of the excellent support available and have a greater understanding and stronger resilience to the ever-increasing cyber threats posed in today's digital age.

Stuart Plant, Director of Training and Insight at CentriVault says:

"We are looking forward to working with the WMCRC to support their membership growth and greater engagement with organisations across the West Midlands' region. We aim to help drive a new generational awareness in the benefits of cyber resilience to better safeguard regional businesses and organisations from cyber-attacks.”

WMCRC have added:

“West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre is very pleased to announce the arrival of a new Board member organisation. CentriVault is a well-respected and rapidly growing cyber security organisation that will help us to grow our reach and improve the security of more businesses across the region. CentriVault understand the risks faced by small businesses in an online world. Together, CentriVault and West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre aim to raise awareness of the risks posed to businesses, as well as the different ways businesses can becoming more cyber resilient.”

If you’re looking to join our community, we’re always looking for new members to offer guidance and advice, and help influence the direction of the centre. Contact us to join the team today.


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