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Lexverify have renewed their membership with the WMCRC

We’re delighted to announce that Lexverify have renewed their membership with the WMCRC.  


Lexverify are UK pioneers on a mission to make risk prevention as easy as spell checking. Their AI-powered assistant helps organisations prevent legal, compliance, and cyber risks on their electronic communication in real time, enabling organisations to achieve proactive compliance at scale. 


Covering key risk areas, from GDPR compliance to financial sanctions compliance, anti-bribery and corruption compliance, and employee wellbeing, Lexverify provides continuous development support to employees and strengthens the capabilities of Legal, Risk & Compliance, and IT teams. Lexverify integrates seamlessly with Microsoft 365 applications, taking minutes to deploy. 


Lexverify are NCSC for Startups, Cyber Runway Scale, Cyber Bridge, and Lawtech Bridge alumni, and have been selected for NVIDIA’s Inception Program


On renewing their membership, Cristian Gherhes from Lexverify said: 

“We are excited to continue to be part of and support the West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre community as Community Ambassadors. This demonstrates our continued commitment to cyber security and to supporting cyber resilience efforts in the region.” 


Michelle Ohren, Director and Head of Cyber and Innovation at the WMCRC said:   

“We are thrilled that Lexverify have renewed with us. Their knowledge and commitment to cybersecurity has made them a brilliant addition to our community. We look forward to continuing this partnership.” 



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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