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Introducing Mark Evans – the newest Advisory Group member to join WMCRC

We are thrilled to introduce Mark Evans, Deputy Head of Cyber Security at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Trust, as the latest advisory group member of our network. Mark brings with him a wealth of technological knowledge and experience to our collective resource pool. 


Mark has 30 years of experience in Information Technology, which he has gained working within Defence, Public & Private Sectors and Manufacturing. Delivering complex IT Security Projects and Managed Cyber Security Services, he now assists the Healthcare & NHS in delivering Security Operations Blue, Red & Purple Team Services. 


On joining WMCRC, Mark said: 


“I’m thrilled to be joining WMCRC Advisory Group so that as a community we can provide advice and best practices to better inform and protect the West Midlands businesses from the ever-evolving cyber threat landscape.” 


Michelle Ohren, Director of WMCRC, said:  


“We’re so pleased to have Mark join our Advisory Group. We have no doubt that he’ll bring a wealth of valuable knowledge and expertise, and we’re looking forward to working alongside him to help organisations in the West Midlands improve their cyber security.” 



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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