The Cyber Resilience Centre for the West Midlands provides free core membership and paid membership opportunities. Membership is not just for large companies – it is highly relevant and beneficial to all sizes and type of organisations.

We are currently working with over 170 small to medium businesses across the West Midlands region who have signed up for our Core Membership. We are also supporting the following organisations as part of their paid membership.

Superfast IT WMCRC Member

For almost 20 years, Superfast IT has provided outsourced IT support services and security to ambitious SMEs in Birmingham, the Black Country and wider West Midlands. Their mission is to help small and medium sized businesses to use technology better. 

A local, trusted and growing technology firm, Superfast IT are focused on not just fixing today's IT problems, but also take a proactive and partnership role as a virtual IT department and strategic technology and cyber security partner. They ensure clients have the right technology to meet their long-term business goals by developing a personalised technology road map.

Superfast IT expertise extends to cyber security, partnering with IASME, cyber technology vendors and the West Midlands Resilience Centre to keep up to date with evolving cyber threats. They ensure their client's data and systems remain secure through comprehensive cyber security, whilst supporting their clients to become Cyber Essentials Accredited.

Superfast IT are Microsoft Partners and offer a managed IT services framework to keep IT simple. This enables business owners and leaders to focus on running their business. 


Superfast IT's ethos is to provide a people first approach, creating a friendly, modern and positive working environment where training/continuous development is encouraged and wellbeing/mental health is supported, translating to exceptional customer service. They also take pride in demonstrating responsible business practices, backed by their Good Business Charter accreditation. Superfast IT strive to be ethical, honest, professional, proactive, forward thinking, environmentally conscious and also community focussed, supporting local charities and initiatives such as donating laptops to schools during lockdown to bridge the digital divide.