The NBCS is delighted to work in close partnership with the Cyber Resilience Centre London, to take advantage, on behalf of our members, of their expertise in this specialist area. The NBCS aims to deliver the most collaborative and trusted preventative crime intelligence network in the UK, and this partnership with the CRC is a vital element in being able to achieve this goal.
The NBCS has a key role in bringing together considerable expertise across the country to collate and analyse data which is then provided to its members to take effective action against criminal behaviour. This data also helps policing better understand business crime, resulting in more targeted enforcement activity against prolific offenders.
The CRC for London, a Police-Led not-for-profit organisation, helps unmask and demystify cyber resilience through accessing risk data intelligence. The Centre has resources such as Internal Vulnerability Assessments and Security Awareness Training and as Cybercrime advances, the CRC have some of the brightest minds in academia supporting development. This unique talent pipeline is overseen by some of the country’s most experienced cyber leaders both for policing and the private sector.
NBCS’ Claims Detect Online platform is a key part of preventing online fraud for their members, making this and the wider NBCS expertise, effective partners to the CRC. Together, we will continue to look for opportunities within this partnership to bring benefit to our members. With retailers and their supply chains one of the most targeted sectors by cyber criminals, the CRC for London is delighted that NBCS recognise this risk and proactively take steps to reduce it. Partnering with the CRC for London, NBCS members will have access to a range of police and government resources as well as more specialist help. We are proud to have this vital collaboration as part of our network and promote the benefits of becoming a member to our collaborative community. With a common goal, both organisations recognise the importance of crime prevention and will continue to work together to address the growing risk businesses face from crime.Back to news articles