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About Us


The Cyber Resilience Centre is a trusted, not-for-profit venture between Greater Manchester Police and Manchester Digital

It is our ambition that every business within our region will have the skills and knowledge to protect themselves from online attacks in order to make the region one of the safest places to live, work and do business. 


We achieve this by providing education, testing and training delivered by our team of trusted professionals, seconded police officers and Ethical Hacking students studying at local universities.

We have developed an influential network of partners to support our effort across many sectors, including Banks, Professional Services, Law Enforcement, Local Government and Universities.

Our work is overseen by a Guidance Council, which is drawn from representatives across the public, private and academic sectors.

The Cyber Resilience Center was established in 2019 as the first centre in the country and a pathfinder to the National Police Chief's Council and the Home Office. We are proud to now form part of a national network of Cyber Resilience Centres, which exist to support the Police in keeping our communities safe. 

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Our Values

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We act with honesty and integrity and always strive to do the right thing.

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We are transparent in all dealings with customers and treat everyone internally and externally fairly.

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Ensuring our team have enough specialist knowledge to deliver a high-quality service.

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Learn more about us 

Meet the Team

Founding Partners

Our Board

Our Services

Guidance Council


Cyber Expert Group

Skills Development

Cyber Security Guide
For Small Businesses

When running a small business you need to understand and prioritise where you can protect your organisation —is it your identity, your privacy, your systems, your data, or is it all of these things?

When you know what want to protect, you need to understand how it might be at risk.

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