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Introducing North Green - The latest Advisory Group Member for The WMCRC

The Cyber Resilience Centre for the West Midlands is pleased to announce our new Advisory Group member, Daniel Cannon at North Green Security.

North Green Security are a UK-based cyber security training and consultancy company, that aim to provide a more secure future by ensuring more people can contribute to an ever-growing and evolving industry, and that companies can benefit from strategic assessments conducted by knowledgeable consultants.

The team deliver security assessments that ensure businesses understand the risks they face and are educated on how to take the appropriate steps to resolve vulnerabilities and remain secure.

Daniel Cannon, Technical Director and Head of Training for North Green Security says –

“By joining forces with the Cyber Resilience Centre, North Green takes another step towards empowering SMEs and third sector organizations to safeguard against cyber threats.

Our shared vision of breaking down barriers to cybersecurity and making it accessible to all, aligns with the critical need to strengthen the resilience of businesses in the face of an ever-evolving digital landscape.”

Vanessa Eyles, Director of The Cyber Resilience Centre for The West Midlands says -

"WMCRC is pleased to be joined by North Green Security. As a positive and continuously improving cyber security training and consultancy business, North Green Security will be a valuable asset to the Advisory Group. Their approach and support will help improve the region's cyber resilience moving forward. Welcome to the team."

If you’re looking to join our community, we’re always looking for new Advisory Group 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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