EveryCloud Security, a leading cybersecurity consultancy, has become a member of the Northern Powerhouse Partners Programme following the launch of their new offices in Manchester. The company will join a growing network of northern businesses with a shared ambition to work collaboratively with local leaders and Central Government in order to realise the economic potential of the region.
Digital transformation is a key factor in boosting productivity in the North. EveryCloud supports businesses across multiple sectors, from financial services clients such as Armstrong Watson to professional sports organisations such as Everton Football Club and helps them securely deliver their transformation programmes while protecting them from ever-increasing cyber threats such as phishing, data breaches and ransomware.
As part of its growth plans in the North, EveryCloud has appointed influential Northern Powerhouse and Northern Power Women advocate, Rob Mukherjee, to its board. Mukherjee said: “I’m delighted to be re-establishing my involvement in the Northern Powerhouse Partners Programme. There is an unrivalled culture of collaborative leadership across the North of England – and I’m really excited about the contribution that EveryCloud will be making, in terms of securely enabling the region’s digital transformation ambitions.”
Minister for the Northern Powerhouse, Jake Berry, MP said:
“The addition of EveryCloud Security to our ever growing network of Northern Powerhouse Partners is great news and I’m looking forward to the contribution this business will make in delivering the Government’s ambition to support continued economic growth not only within the region but across the UK.
“As the company moves into new offices in Manchester, EveryCloud will be in an ideal position to enhance the area’s growing reputation as a hub of digital excellence and I welcome them to the Partners Programme”.