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The Eastern Cyber Resilience Centre welcomes CEO of Cantium to the Board

The Eastern Cyber Resilience Centre (ECRC) is delighted to announce that Mark Scott, Chief Executive Officer of Cantium Business Solutions, has become the latest member to join the ECRC Board.

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Mark has over 20 years’ operational and consulting experience as well as working in the Local Government sector for over 12 years where he has developed an excellent understanding of local government challenges, culture, and opportunities.

Mark has held senior roles at Capita, PwC, Capgemini, EDF and Thales, growing their businesses and optimising services. This unique experience has enabled Mark to bring commercial success to local government and he has an excellent ability to join the dots to develop innovative opportunities that enhance both public and private sector delivery.

Commenting on joining the ECRC Board Mark said:

"This is an exciting and forward-facing initiative which establishes a strong partnership between Policing, Academia, and the Private sector in educating and fighting the continual threat posed by cyber criminals, and the danger they pose to UK companies.

As CEO of Cantium Business Solutions, I know that our public sector heritage and considerable cyber expertise will allow a significant contribution to be made to this important preventative initiative. More now than ever, as the number of people working remotely increases, our work with businesses in raising the profile of Information security has never been more important against a backdrop of an ever increasing risk of attack"

The ECRC Board plays a crucial role in reviewing the direction of the ECRC and in providing oversight of the progress the business makes against their plans.

Responding to the announcement ECRC Director Paul Lopez added:

We are delighted to announce that Cantium Business Solutions have now formally joined the ECRC management board.

We have been working in partnership with Cantium’s CEO Mark Scott for a number of months now supporting schools across Kent to improve their cyber resilience. Cantium are a really dynamic company with a similar ethos to the centre and I believe that our working relationship with them will help us to support businesses, charities and schools across the region for years to come..”

The ECRC joins a growing network of regional centres being established as part of a national roll out to provide businesses of all sizes with access to affordable cyber security services, the latest advice and support from leading law enforcement and industry experts and help them take simple steps to protect their business from unscrupulous cyber criminals.

The ECRC offers a range of membership options to businesses in the region including a free Membership for businesses. Sign up on the website today to access cyber resilience support, guidance, and tools.

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