We're celebrating our 500 members milestone with a monthly prize draw!

We are delighted to share the news that we have reached a huge milestone of 500 members here at The Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East. This means that we’re working to support 500 businesses, charities, and organisations from across the region to become more resilient to cybercrime.


To mark this milestone, over the 12 months we are offering a free cyber security awareness session (worth £500) every month for one lucky new member. To be in with a chance to win, simply sign up at www.secrc.co.uk/membership and become a member today to receive the following benefits and we will enter you into our prize draw.


👉A free welcome pack with access to cyber security resources from the National Cyber Security Centre

👉Free Cyber toolkits designed to help you take simple steps to help secure your business from cybercrime.

👉Access to a free tabletop exercise to test your business’s response to a cyber-attack

👉A 1:1 consultation with our Head of Cyber and Innovation to establish your business’s level of cyber security.

👉Invites to all webinars and events hosted by the SECRC

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