Monday 6 September 2021, 11am-12noon (BST)
In the sometimes frenzied activity of the last year, it has been difficult to recognise all the programmes of work which have continued very effectively and indeed at even faster pace than originally anticipated.
This is the case with the set of nine policing cyber resilience centres that have been set in place across England and Wales. These not-for-profit centres have proved extremely popular and have been an excellent example of how private sector companies can come together with policing to support the business community – particularly to meet the needs of the small to medium size business community.
In addition to the nine centres, the concept for a national company has been born. The national company will be chaired by the previous Chief Constable who held national cyber responsibility, Peter Goodman.
Ahead of the formal launch in October, SASIG is delighted to have an insight into what this new company will provide and why it is such a flagship project for policing in the UK.
Joining Peter Goodman will be Nick Bell, Chief Executive for the new national company and two of the early Ambassadors – the private sector companies who will be part of this new business.
Martin Smith MBE (info), Chairman & Founder, The SASIG
Mandy Haeburn-Little, Head of Business Resilience International Management (BRIM)
Peter Goodman OBE QPM, Director, Accelerated Capability Environment
Nick Bell, National Policing Director, Cyber Resilience Centres, National Cybercrime Programme
Mark Scott, Chief Executive, Cantium
Richard Holmes, SVP Cyber Security, CGI
Richard Krishnan, Director Cyber Security Practice, KPMG
Read the full LinkedIn article about their exciting new project here.