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  • Writer's pictureJared Thompson

Sellafield join the North West Cyber Resilience Centre Guidance Council

Richard Meal, Chief Information Security Officer, Sellafield Ltd

Sellafield, the UK’s facility that deals with the country’s highest nuclear risks and hazards to safeguarding nuclear fuel, materials and waste, has joined its Guidance Council.

Chief Information Security Officer Richard Meal at Sellafield Ltd will join the board of experts dedicated to helping businesses across the North West protect against cybercrime.

The Guidance Council board brings their collective expertise and industry knowledge to work with the centre in helping businesses across the region protect themselves against the growing threat of cybercrime.

The Guidance Council is led by Andrew Snowden, Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire. Richard joins Guidance Council members, including leaders from Siemens, Irwin Mitchell, Northrop Grumman, Manchester Digital and Salesforce.

“I am delighted to support the North West Cyber Resilience Centre and hope that my experiences within nuclear, other industries and defence will be a valuable contribution.” - Richard Meal, Chief Information Security Officer of Sellafield Ltd

Detective Inspector Dan Giannasi, head of cyber and innovation at the NWCRC, said:

“We are pleased to welcome Richard Meal from Sellafield Ltd to join our Guidance Council. As the threat of cybercrime for businesses grows, we are bringing businesses and experts together with the police and other public sector bodies to work together and share knowledge. Richard’s experience and expertise of working at Sellafield will be hugely valuable to our Guidance Council and our members.”

Your business can join the Cyber Resilience Centre through a range of membership packages, where you can access guidance, tips and affordable services to protect against the threat of cybercrime better.


How can we support your business?

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Raise your staff's awareness of phishing emails and guard your business against the growing trend of social-engineering threats.


Training your employees on what a phishing attack looks like makes them more likely to identify and report scams.

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Our training package is designed and delivered by cyber experts giving you access to the most up-to-date information in an ever-changing cyber landscape.

You can purchase single-place training spots or a cyber security workshop.

Community Members

Our premium membership package is aimed at medium-sized businesses and includes bespoke security awareness training sessions.


This allows your business to train several cyber security champions and an assessment of your cyber risk. 

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