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Who We Work With

The Cyber Resilience Centre for the Wales provides free core membership and paid membership opportunities. Membership is not just for large companies – it is highly relevant and beneficial to all sizes and type of organisations.

We are working with over 200 small to medium businesses across Wales who have signed up for our Core Membership, alongside this we are supporting the following organisations as part of their affiliation memberships. If you would like to become an affiliate of the Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales. please get in touch with us.

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Cartrefi Cymru Co-op

Cartrefi Cymru Co-op is a not-for-profit organisation. We support people with learning disabilities, autism, behaviours that challenge, older people, and carers across Wales.  

 

We provide skilled and respectful staff to work in people’s homes and local communities, promoting their independence, social inclusion and safety. As well as a charity we are a multi stakeholder co-operative who pool all our members’ talents and ideas to make our communities better places for everyone. 

 

Our support skills and practice are all based on a commitment to respect, safeguard, and enable adults to live a good life, regardless of any other label.  

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Thomas Carroll Group PLC

With more than 45 years’ experience, Thomas Carroll Group plc is one of the UK’s leading independent providers of business insurance broking, personal insurance broking, employee benefits, wealth management, health & safety and employment law consultancy.

 

They have local offices in SwanseaPembrokeshireHerefordNewport and 

London in addition to their headquarters in Caerphilly, near Cardiff.

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MyBubble Ltd

MyBubble Ltd is a technology company that aims to establish itself as a trusted provider of digitalised mental health and wellbeing support to users, businesses and services at a domestic, national and international level.

The primary business focus will be its MyBubble mobile application that empowers its users to establish their own network or ‘bubble’ for communicating about subjects of mental wellbeing, care and day-to-day support. Those within an established bubble will also be able to use the application’s mood monitoring features and analysis charts. Lastly, the application allows all users, charities and services to share stories, content and articles through the MyBubble Community feed.

MyBubble Ltd will look to work with mental health services and charities to increase mental health awareness, to campaign for better therapeutic access and it will donate a percentage of profits to mental health charities to improve existing support.