Leading Welsh accountancy firm joins the fight in cybercrime

Updated: Feb 21

The Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales (WCRC) is delighted to make its first board member announcement of the new year - Managing Partner, Simon Tee of Kilsby Williams Chartered Accountants.

The leading independent accountancy firm, which is based in Newport, and which celebrated its 30th anniversary last year, provides solutions for businesses across a variety of services such as company audits, accountancy advice and technical tax solutions designed to avoid tax leakage. It works with clients from across South Wales, the Midlands and London, ranging from sole traders to companies in international quoted groups.


Simon, who heads up Kilsby Williams, qualified as an Associate of The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales with Deloitte then subsequently joined Kilsby Williams when the business first launched in 1991. Now, as managing partner, he acts for many clients offering unique solutions on audit, accounting, tax and fund-raising issues.


Commenting on his new position on the WCRC board, he says: “As a firm we are delighted to place ourselves at the forefront of cyber protection for businesses in Wales. Our direct involvement with the Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales will be of great benefit to our clients, keeping them informed on how to minimise risk and protect their businesses.”


The WCRC is part of a network of centres established across the country providing a highly accessible and respected cyber resource, in an unregulated market, for simple yet effective cyber security guidance and support to all businesses which need it. This is achieved through a variety of membership options, both free and paid for as well as offering a range of services all designed to help assess, build and manage online business networks to respond to a threat efficiently.


WCRC Director, Detective Superintendent, Paul Peters, added: “We are thrilled to secure Simon as a member of our board. His experience and network across businesses in numerous sectors in Wales helps to continue strengthen the centre’s cyber security message across a greater number of organisations and industries. By working in partnership with Kilsby Williams we can inform and engage with so many more individuals and companies across the region.”



The WCRC board plays a key role in providing governance, direction and oversight of the progress the centre is making. Could you bob in the blurb about joining with core membership?


To find out more information about the centre and how to get involved, go to https://www.wcrc.co.uk/. To keep updated with all the latest WCRC developments follow @WalesCRC on Twitter or LinkedIn..


The contents of this website are provided for general information only and are not intended to replace specific professional advice relevant to your situation. The intention of The Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales is to encourage cyber resilience by raising issues and disseminating information on the experiences and initiatives of others. Articles on the website cannot by their nature be comprehensive and may not reflect most recent legislation, practice, or application to your circumstances. The Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales provides affordable services and Trusted Partners if you need specific support. For specific questions please contact us.

The Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales does not accept any responsibility for any loss which may arise from reliance on information or materials published on this document. The Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales is not responsible for the content of external internet sites that link to this site or which are linked from it.