IT security experts, Neuways are delighted to announce their place on the Cyber Resilience Centre for the East Midlands Advisory Group.

The move sees Neuways join the Centre’s newly set-up Advisory Group, which features representatives from a variety of industries across the region. It is further dedication from Neuways in supporting businesses with their cyber security strategies, which remain incredibly important to the success of a business.

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Martin Roberts, Neuways Managing Director, is delighted with the news, and said:

“We’re very happy to be partnering with the Cyber Resilience Centre for the East Midlands, and joining their Advisory Group, as reaching as many businesses as possible with the message that cyber security is the biggest danger to their success, is critical.

“It’s great for the East Midlands to have the Centre running and fully operational, as the COVID-19 pandemic has seen businesses across not only the region, but the entire country, become even more vulnerable to the increased amount of criminals operating cyber attacks.

“Our aim at Neuways is to continue to support businesses, and help them protect themselves as they navigate these uncertain times.”

The Advisory Group meets regularly to share best practise, discuss the current threat landscape and recommend ways the Centre can help businesses across the East Midlands to stay cyber safe.

Detective Inspector Matt Carson, from the Cyber Resilience Centre for the East Midlands, said of the news: “We here at the East Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre are happy to warmly welcome our latest member, Neuways onto our Advisory Group.

“Based in the East Midlands, Neuways has a great reputation in IT security and supports many businesses within the region. Their vision of supporting and helping business of all sizes navigate through the cyber landscape aligns perfectly with the centre’s ethos.

“We are very much looking forward to working with them and the rest of the Advisory group to bring a real value to our members.”

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