The East Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre will be hosting a stall, alongside guest speaking at the 10th annual Love Business Expo 2022.
The East Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre is the latest guest speaker to be announced at the Love Business Expo 2022, taking place in February 2022.
Detective Inspector Matt Carson will be taking the stage, to present to businesses in the East Midlands about the benefits of the Cyber Resilience Centres, and why they should take up the FREE core membership with their local centre.
The Centre will also be available all day, to provide delegates with guidance and advice, at our stall that will be based in the Babbage Hall.
The Expo will be taking place on Thursday 17th February, at Holywell Park Conference Centre, Loughborough, between 9:30 - 15:00. Delegate places are FREE and still available to book here.
What is Love Business Expo 2022?
Love Business Expo has earned itself the reputation as the East Midlands’ biggest annual business event and attracts thousands of visitors from the region’s business community each year. Designed to target all industries across the East Midlands.
The Expo is expected to welcome over 1000 delegates on the day, giving them an opportunity to network and create new contacts across the region.
DI Matt Carson, Police Delivery Lead of the EMCRC, said:
The East Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre is thrilled to be joining Love Business at their annual expo. It will be a great opportunity for businesses in the region to meet and network.
Sharing guidance and advice to businesses, to boost their cyber resilience, will be our focus on the day. So we welcome each delegate to join our talk, as well as coming to speak to us, to see how best we can support them.
What is the EMCRC?
The East Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre (EMCRC) is set up to support and help protect businesses across the region against cyber crime.
By working in conjunction with local universities and the five East Midlands police forces - Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and Nottinghamshire - we possess the latest information on emerging cyber threats, criminal trends and best safeguarding practice.
This enables us to provide you with timely guidance to prepare and protect your business, staff and customers from cyber criminals.
EMCRC is modelled on a successful structured collaboration acclaimed by the National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC). It is part of a developing network of Cyber Resilience Centres across the UK, delivered by Business Resilience International Management.
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