Psybersafe joins the Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East

The Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East (SECRC) is delighted to announce it is now working with Psybersafe who have joined under the Associate Membership Scheme.


Psybersafe specialises in online cyber training. Specifically, it uses proven psychology and behavioural science to ensure that the training results in changed habits and behaviour. We believe that most of the current cyber training available focuses simply on handing out information. But it is individual behaviour that is the best defence against cyber-attack.


An online training programme, Psybersafe is agile, hard-hitting, and effective, and an excellent resource for practical, behaviour-driven interactive episodes with tips and tricks on how people can protect themselves and their organisations. Your staff need good quality, constant training.


Andy Richardson, Detective Superintendent and Director of the Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East commented:

“I’m delighted to welcome Mark and his team at Psybersafe to the SECRC, our missions are aligned to help businesses across the region to become more cyber secure.
“We know that one key and simple way that businesses can better protect themselves is through training their employees who are their first line of defence. The latest Cyber Security Breaches survey identified that 83% of cyber-attacks in the last 12 months were related to successful phishing attempts, demonstrating that there is still more to be done to educate businesses on better cyber hygiene practices.
“It is my hope that through this collaboration, we can make a contribution to reducing this figure for those businesses based in the South East.”

Mark Brown, Founder and driving force behind Psybersafe said:

“Using a combination of police officers and cyber talent, the Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East supports and helps protect small business, SMEs and supply chain businesses and third sector organisations in the region against cybercrime.
“Developed with global financial institutions, Psybersafe is a behavioural science based online cyber security training programme. It is now available for companies large and small, on an affordable basis. Our goal is very much aligned to the SECRC: to help keep companies and individuals, and their data safe online with an effective and affordable training programme.
“We’re very pleased to be working with the Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East.”

The Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East is working to support over 700 businesses spanning businesses of all sizes and sectors. The SECRC is currently helping businesses from various sectors that include retail and convenience stores, health and beauty establishments, financial and legal institutions, leisure and travel, hospitality, food and beverage businesses, manufacturing and engineering and many more.


Become a member today to receive free guidance and support on how to prevent cyber-attacks but without the jargon. Find out more over on our membership page.



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