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Supporting the charity sector on their cyber journey

Updated: Apr 27, 2023

A webinar full of speakers who will explain the cyber risks to charities, the benefits of Cyber Essentials, the positives of being cyber safer and how to get free help. These are the speakers:

  • Vanessa Eyles - Director of the West Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre and Detective Superintendent in West Midlands Police.

  • Chris C3 - from the NCSC

  • Paul Crumpton – IASME

  • Gary Thomas – WMCRC Board representing Charities

  • Chris Blunt - Blunt Securities, representing the WMCRC Trusted Partners

  • Sara Ward – Black Country Women's Aid

Happy watching!


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