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Superfast IT Renews Partnership with West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre

Updated: Jun 8, 2023

We’re delighted to announce that Superfast IT, under the diligent leadership of its Managing Director, James Cash, has renewed its partnership with the West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre. This reaffirmed alliance marks a significant commitment to cybersecurity in the region, fostering a safer and more secure digital landscape for small businesses.

Superfast IT, renowned for its focus on providing robust IT solutions for small businesses, has a rich history of dedicated service in the West Midlands. The company's decision to renew its partnership with the Cyber Resilience Centre underlines the shared mission of both organisations: to protect businesses from the growing threat of cybercriminal activity.

Speaking about the partnership renewal, James Cash, Managing Director at Superfast IT, expressed enthusiasm for the collaborative journey ahead.

“We're excited to renew our partnership with the West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre," said Cash. "We're committed to protecting small businesses against cyber criminals, and this collaboration is pivotal in those efforts. We're working together to make the digital landscape safer and more secure for companies across the region.”

This continued collaboration will enable Superfast IT and the West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre to strengthen their joint initiatives. This includes delivering educational programmes on cybersecurity, providing access to critical resources and guidance, and continuously developing state-of-the-art defences against cyber threats. We wholeheartedly look forward to the positive impacts of this alliance in the region.

As we navigate through the digital age, the importance of cyber resilience cannot be overstated. Partnerships such as these, which bring together industry leaders like Superfast IT and dedicated regional bodies like the West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre, are indeed vital. They will ensure that small businesses continue to thrive in a digital environment that is safe, secure, and supportive.

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