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RMG Cyber Consulting's Ryan Green joins the EMCRC as an Advisory Group member

We’re delighted to welcome Ryan Green, Director at RMG Cyber Consulting - a leading provider of cyber security solutions for organisations in various industries - to our Advisory Group.

Lincolnshire-based RMG Cyber Consulting offer expert cyber security solutions, including cloud assessments, web penetration testing and specialised services to help their clients improve their security posture, reduce risks, and comply with regulations.

Their Director, Ryan Green, has this week become the latest addition to our new-look Advisory Group.

Ryan's background provides a wealth of over 10 years’ experience in cyber security, information assurance, and security architecture.

He started as a Cyber Security Technician in the RAF where he worked and led within various projects for the RAF, MoD and NATO, awarded a commendation for meritorious service in 2020.

Following this he moved to do assurance services for public and private sector, then specialised within nuclear, policing and Central Government, skilled in offensive and defensive Cyber Security, Information Assurance, Risk management (GRC) and security testing, as well as advanced architecture.

Ryan holds certifications such as CISSP, ISO31000 Senior Lead Risk Manager, ISO27001 Lead Implementer, RITTech etc. He has gained significant plaudits globally through the Cloud Security alliance where he has been a leading voice and author on Shared Security Responsibility models within cloud security.

RMG Cyber is one of a very few CSA Approved Trusted Cloud Consultancies. and their team is highly experienced in conducting audits, penetration testing, financial crime, and fraud discovery. They are highly experienced in CE, NIST/NCSC, CSA and CIS framework implementation.

Upon his appointment to the EMCRC's Advisory Group, Ryan said:

“Cyber is a domain of evolving threats unlike conventional crime, cyber criminals become smarter every day. Cyber security therefore must have a direct proportion to meet the adapting needs, which is where my passion stems, the challenges and differing elements of the whole picture.
I am extremely delighted to be joining the Advisory Group of the East Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre to support and champion the police, CRCs and other not for profit organisations in combating the evolving landscape.
Originally from Northants, and having now secured my roots in Lincolnshire, the ability to sit with likeminded individuals and help support a region I have lived in my whole life is amazing.
I worked for over 6 years in the RAF, so I know the value in public sector and the unique challenges it faces and have spent the last few years working with numerous public sector agencies. I am looking forward to bringing a fresh perspective with ethics at the very fore of my mindset. I hope I can work with the EMCRC to bring support, guidance and help promote secure practices to Lincolnshire’s many SMEs and wider business community.
The work the CRCs do is amazing and being able to help is truly exciting. I look forward to the future!”

Colin Ellis, Managing Director and Police Lead at the EMCRC, added:

"It’s great to get Ryan and RMG on our Advisory Group. Ryan is extremely knowledgeable and importantly really passionate about keeping the cost of cyber security affordable for SMEs, which is what we are about here.
His insight into the market and passion for good customer service will be really informative and will help us provide a better service for our business community members."

What is an Advisory Group member?

The Cyber Resilience Centre for the East Midlands has an established Advisory Group featuring a range of industry professions from all backgrounds to help support the growth of the Centre.

As members of the East Midlands cyber community, our Advisory Group members provide guidance, advice and influence the direction of the centre.

RMG are a great addition to the EMCRC's Advisory 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 Advisory Group members, but as Community Members, Friends of the Centre, Community Ambassadors or Board members. We now have the scope for businesses to partner with 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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