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Introducing Martin Nash of CDS Defence and Security – our latest Strategic Governance Board member

The Cyber Resilience Centre for the West Midlands is pleased to introduce our newest Strategic Governance Board member, Martin Nash, Director of CDS Defence and Security.

Offering specialist defence and security consulting, Martin brings a wealth of knowledge and a deep understanding of the defence and security sector. CDS Defence and Security has significant experience serving on UK military operations, as well as Government approved facilities, allowing them to offer expert advice.

Their Security and Information Assurance (CS & IA) Services are designed to minimise information security risk and maximise digital resilience to optimise your operational effectiveness. This enables the protection of your information assets through life and ensures you benefit from ongoing, assured digital resilience.

Vanessa, Director of Cyber Resilience Centre, says:

"I am thrilled to share the news that West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre are being joined on the Strategic Governance Board by Martin Nash of CDS Defence and Security. This is an excellent partnership, which demonstrates excellence in service and support for businesses in their journey to becoming cyber safer.

CDS Defence and Security are an outstanding organisation, trusted with some of the most important cyber security measures across the nation. Their experience and sector knowledge will help the West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre grow across the region and go from strength to strength.

CDS Defence and Security is a highly respected company with connections across the nation. Their professionalism and progressive approach in helping the nation in becoming cyber safer is an excellent partnership for the Centre. I look forward to working closely with them moving forward."

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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