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Introducing Certes – the newest Affiliate member to join WMCRC

West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre is delighted to welcome Certes as our newest Affiliate member.

Founded in 1983, Certes began as an IT development company and has now grown into one of the leading experts in delivering IT service solutions. Working with the public, private and partner organisations, they deliver strategic resources for digital transformations.

Certes can match the needs of even the most complex IT project delivery through a choice of resource solutions, with their recruitment methods delivering exceptional results, underpinned by their Certes Precision Resource Management (PRM) methodology.

Simon Pamplin, CTO of Certes says:

“With the ever-evolving digital landscape and increase in cyber threats, safeguarding sensitive information has never been more paramount. Certes Networks' expertise in data protection and risk mitigation combined with WMCRC's dedication to cyber resilience creates a dynamic alliance poised to make a profound impact, one in which we’re very much looking forward to developing.

This collaboration reinforces the commitment to making data security accessible and user-friendly for everyone. By leveraging Certes Networks' expertise and WMCRC's extensive network of cybersecurity professionals, individuals and businesses alike can enjoy peace of mind knowing their valuable data is safeguarded from evolving threats.”

Vanessa Eyles, Director of WMCRC, said:

“We are very excited to welcome Certes onboard. With their IT and cyber security expertise we’re confident that they’ll make an excellent addition to our community. We look forward to working alongside them.”

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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