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Take part in a super quick cyber survey!

Do your bit to help your own business and the wider business community as well; and give yourself the chance to win a £50 amazon gift voucher! Let us know you’ve taken part in the survey and we’ll even give you a social media shout out across our platforms just to say thank you!

We have recently announced how we are assisting a number of our academic partners - the from University of London (Queen Mary) and the Universities of Nottingham and Kent - with a new and important project designed to examine how best to support small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) in their ongoing struggle to become more cyber resilient.

The title of this current piece of research is ‘Enhancing Cyber Resilience of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises through Cyber Security Communities of Support (CyCOS)’.

As the survey team have stated -

We are conducting a survey to understand the support needs of small businesses in the UK, to establish their current understanding and confidence around cyber security, and their awareness and perceptions of available support. The findings will inform activities to enhance support provision through the design, implementation and pilot evaluation of Cyber Security Communities of Support (CyCOS), enabling collaborations that enhance the level and availability of specialist support available to SMEs.

The initial engagement with the business community is through a quick 15 minute online survey that you can complete within 15 minutes. So when you sit down for your next cup of coffee, click here and do your bit to help all of us understand how we can help your business grow safely in the online space.

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Researchers conducting survey

Thank You to all that take part from the ECRC team


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