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Collective Security become latest EMCRC Community Ambassador

We’re delighted to welcome Collective Security, a Nottingham-based Information and Cyber Security company, as the latest Community Ambassador at the East Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre.

Based in Nottingham, Collective Security boasts over 20 years of grassroots experience in the security industry. They bring a practical, no-jargon approach to the table, with a mission to guide clients on a security improvement journey while also developing internal capabilities, thereby reducing the risk of attempted cyber-attacks and mitigating associated reputational and financial impacts.


From top-notch consultancy services to tailor-made managed security solutions, they act as an extension of your team, eliminating unnecessary overheads.


Their track record speaks volumes - they've empowered numerous organisations to achieve Cyber Essentials and ISO27001 certifications, setting them apart from the crowd. 

Simon Plummer, Director of Collective Security, said of the Community Ambassador role:

"We are so pleased to formalise our relationship with the EMCRC by becoming a Community Ambassador. As a security provider, we fully understand the benefits of the centre and the affordable services it can make available to the SME market.
"Affordability is often a challenge with our smaller clients, being able to endorse these services and support our clients with more robust security practice is in our DNA and this helps us help our clients."

Detective Inspector and Managing Director of the EMCRC, Colin Ellis, added:

“It is great to add Collective Security as one of our Community Ambassadors!
"Simon is passionate about cyber security and secure information management, and passing his knowledge on to his clients and the wider community. “

Community Ambassadors are local companies who understand the importance of cyber resilience and who want to spread that message as wide as they can.

They do vital work, supporting the EMCRC’s message through raising awareness of our aims and objectives and directing their customers, business communities and supply chains to take advantage to the EMCRC's free offerings and affordable services.

Collective Security are another great addition to the EMCRC's Community Ambassador group, and it shows our ambition as a Centre that we wish to partner with outstanding businesses and organisations.

But our ambition doesn’t end there. We’re seeking the support of other distinguished businesses and motivational business leaders by joining us, not just as Community Ambassadors, but as Community Members, Friends of the Centre or Board members. We now have the scope for businesses to join us on various levels of affiliation.

If you would like to support our work and join our community, or feel you can bring equal skill, vision and ingenuity to the Centre in other areas, then please contact us via our website or contact Colin Ellis via his LinkedIn account.



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