Helping businesses to stay safe online
APMG International has been appointed as an official Product Partner of the London Digital Security Centre, a Metropolitan Police and City of London Police joint venture, which helps businesses stay safe as they innovate and grow online.
APMG was one of only 15 market leaders chosen from over 400 companies researched by the Centre. The comprehensive selection process included an in-depth interview, providing independent recommendations and demonstrating market leadership.
APMG will be featured on the Centre’s MarketPlace, which provides small and medium businesses with access to affordable products and services that can enhance their ability to operate securely in a digital environment.
As an official product partner APMG will be offering the Centre’s members exclusive benefits. The benefits include a 10% discount on the government designed Cyber Essentials scheme and a free module of GCHQ certified online training. More information HERE
Richard Pharro, CEO of APMG expressed his support of the Centre’s objective, “London Digital Security Centre has some very ambitious goals to help SME’s become more cyber aware and safe on line. We are very enthusiastic about working with the Centre and their wide client base and look forward to contributing to their success”
Note to editors:
The London Digital Security Centre is a not for profit organisation founded by the Mayor of London
as a joint venture with the Metropolitan Police Service and the City of London Police. The Centre
works alongside the National Fraud and Cyber Crime Reporting Centre (ActionFraud) to help prevent
businesses being the victims of cybercrime.
The London Digital Security Centre provides free impartial advice and support to businesses to help
improve their digital security and enable them to work in a secure online environment.
Further Information Contact: John Unsworth, Chief Executive
Telephone: +44 (0) 7786 327520
Press Information Contact: Alison Page, Director of Communications
Telephone: +44 (0) 7963 002065