The Eastern Cyber Resilience Centre (ECRC) is a policing-led, not for profit, membership organisation that is a part of a national network of centres, established by the Home Office to help small and medium organisations tackle the rising threat of cyber-attacks.
Working alongside partners in the private cyber sector, academia and the police, the centre is uniquely placed in its ability to reach out to businesses, schools and charities and help them to become more secure in the online space.
The ECRC operate across Kent, Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, and Bedfordshire.
In 2022, 42% of small businesses fell victim of cybercrime, we want to help your business not be one of them.
ECRC offer a free core membership that provides practical advice on building your cyber resilience, including:
Free Little Steps training programme: A series of weekly emails, looking at bite-sized practical information to help businesses understand and build cyber resilience
Regional and national threat alerts
Signposting to free tools and resources from both policing and the NCSC
Discussion area to meet and discuss other companies in the region and partners
Through the core membership, you also gain access to ECRC integrated range of Cyber Resilience Services. These services are designed help businesses assess, build, and manage online networks as well as assisting businesses and their staff to have the right strategies to respond to incidents efficiently and so migrate any potential damage a cyber-attack may create.