Calling Midland’s Industry; region’s leading cyber cluster returns with dynamic rebrand

28 Jun 2021

JUNE 28TH, 2021

Midlands Cyber, the regional Cyber Security Cluster for the West Midlands is thrilled to announce its new brand identity, launching June 2021.

The introduction of a new logo and website symbolises the brand’s commitment to represent The Midland’s Industry focus of ‘Security by Design’ and promote growth across the region.

The Cluster which is made up of experts, professionals and those working in digital security across academia and business aims to shape and support the development of this new strategic economy in the Midlands. Operating alongside Commercial Tech Accelerator, BetaDen, and working closely with Worcestershire’s first commercially operated 5G testbed, The Cluster is ideally located to do just that.

Linda Smith, CEO and Founder of BetaDen, and a close advisor of Midlands Cyber, spoke of her vision for the relaunch: “The relaunch of this regional cyber cluster will create new opportunities and new focus for both existing and future collaboration to support growth of the cyber associated industries in our region and create a real voice from the Midlands Cyber network.”

Reenergised with new banding and a clear new message, Midlands Cyber are sure to reignite the cyber network and become a hub of growth and investment potential.

For more information and to discover how your business can benefit from engaging with the new Midlands Cyber, please visit the website and stay up to date with Midlands Cyber’s progress on social media.

https://www.midlandscyber.com/

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