SECRC receives the backing of MP for Fareham, Rt Hon Suella Braverman QC MP

With 45% of cyber breaches featured hacking, 17% involved malware and 22% involved phishing, there has never been a better time for businesses of all sizes to improve their cyber resilience.

Data Security Platform provider, Varonis recently reported that on average, only 5% of companies’ folders are properly protected, meaning that cyber criminals can access and exploit your business’s more easily than if they were securely protected.

The Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East can help your business improve its cyber resilience via easily digestible cyber security guidance and cyber resilience services that the centre provides to businesses of all sizes across the South East region.

Businesses in the South East can sign up for a free Core Membership online and receive a welcome pack full of practical resources and tools that will help you identify your risks and vulnerabilities and the steps you can take to increase your levels of protection. Through your membership, you will also get regular updates on new threats, designed to help you stay safer.

The Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East has recently received ministerial backing from The Rt Hon Suella Braverman QC MP for Fareham, she said: “At a time where businesses across the UK are having to worry about the loss of significant income as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, they are also having to worry about falling victim to a cyber attack and find themselves having to jump through all sorts of hoops to protect themselves.

“The Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East has launched at a critical time for businesses and I would urge businesses in the South East to make contact with the centre to learn how the SECRC can support their business. With the centre being led by Police Officers and being not-for-profit, you can be sure that the centre is committed to helping local business understand more about the threats they face and help them get better protected.”

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