The South West Cyber Resilience Centre (SWCRC) is offering free membership to help to protect small companies and charities in Gloucestershire from cyber crime.
Its free core membership offers businesses access to cyber safety guidance, exercises and toolkits, as well as a personal point of contact and regular updates on the latest threats.
What’s more, there is an additional webinar programme with recognised experts from the cyber industry answering questions.
The police-led, not-for-profit organisation aims to help organisations in the south west become more cyber resilient, with a particular focus on small to medium enterprises.
The SWCRC works with business groups and local enterprise partnerships, cyber groups like CyNam, and sector representatives like the NFU to help prevent cyber attacks.
Businesses can sign up for the SWCRC’s core membership for free online.
This article is part of SoGlos’s #CyberGlos campaign, supported by Salus Cyber, Charles Russell Speechlys and the University of Gloucestershire, to champion cyber-related business stories in Gloucestershire. Visit soglos.com/cyberglos for more information.
By Zoe Gater
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