Chamber joins forces with local cyber security expert

Chamber joins forces with local cyber security expert

Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce has partnered with local cyber security experts, Custodia Continuity to help Chamber members arm themselves against future cyber-attacks.

The offering, branded Chamber Cyber Security, will be offered exclusively to Chamber members as part of a package of services which are designed to add value to Chamber membership.

Providing a fully managed security and compliance service at a substantially reduced price, the offering covers the following core areas:

– The security of your systems and data

– The backup and disaster recovery planning

– The business continuity plan

– The data protection, privacy, policies and procedures

Francesca East, Business Development Executive at Lincolnshire Chamber Commerce, explains the added value this partnership will bring to membership: “We are delighted to be partnering with Custodia Continuity as this offering will add further value to membership for our existing members and new ones.

“Cyber security really should be a top priority for businesses, we are operating in the digital space more than ever before and partnering with Custodia brings together services and products that will save members money and help businesses to thrive.”


Francesca East and Jae Forrester, picture taken before the second national lockdown.


Jae Forrester, Director at Custodia Continuity, said: “COVID-19 has certainly hit the economy hard and the impact has been felt by all sectors, but unfortunately a sector that has thrived is cybercrime.

“We have seen a significant rise in online threats over the course of the lockdown and that is only going to increase, meaning cybercrime protection is more important now than ever before and this strategic partnership with Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce couldn’t have come at a better time.

“We look forward to working with Chamber members to put their minds at ease and help them lead the way with Security, backup, Continuity and Compliance.”

Discounts of up to 30% on fully managed services are available, for more information please click here.

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