GOVERNING BOARDS

The Cyber Resilience Centres are independent not for profit companies, each governed by a Board. Each of these Boards has a range of business leaders boasting commercial and governance track records at Board level to provide the governance, direction and progress oversight for the Cyber Resilience Centres in partnership with Policing.

MEET THE GOVERNING BOARDS:

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Neil Jones

Greater Manchester Police

Shaun Fensom

Manchester Digital

Katie Gallagher

Manchester Digital

 
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Allan King

Accenture

Andrew Dyson

DLA Piper

Brian Dilley

Lloyds Banking Group

Chris Rowley 

Humberside Police Deputy Chief Constable

Mark Burns-Williamson OBE

West Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner

Neil Sharpley

Federation of Small Business (FSB)

Babak Akhgar

Centric

Graeme Tizard

Thales

Phil Jackman

Dynamo

 
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The Cyber Resilience Centre for the East Midlands is currently establishing their Governance Board. If you wish to express your interest, please click here

 
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Ian Vickers 

METCloud

Debbie O'Shea

National Express

The Cyber Resilience Centre for the West Midlands is currently establishing their Governance Board. If you wish to express your interest, please click here

 
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Stuart Reed

Orange Cyberdefence 

The Cyber Resilience Centre for the West Midlands is currently establishing their Governance Board. If you wish to express your interest, please click here

 

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