The Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales (WCRC) is set to launch several centres all across the country in order to provide businesses and organisations with good cybersecurity and ways to protect themselves against cyberattacks.
The centre proposes different services and options depending on the need of the business. The Core Membership is free and allows businesses to access a wide array of resources and tools to help them identify risks and vulnerabilities. It also helps them increase their levels of protection.
The WCRC aims to be implemented in both the north and south of Wales in order to give better access to local business. The centre is headed by Director Paul Peters, a Temporary Detective Superintendent.
The centre is funded by the National Police Chiefs’ Council National Cybercrime Programme, which benefits from £2million government funding to help establish a network on Cyber Resilience Centres across the country. The WCRC will generate income by supplying several products and services.