Kilsby Williams joins the fight in cybercrime

Leading independent accountancy firm Kilsby Williams’ Managing Partner Simon Tee has joined the board of the Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales (WCRC).

Kilsby Williams joins the fight in cybercrime

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.

Simon has been appointed to the WCRC’s board which plays a key role in providing governance, direction and oversight of the progress the centre is making.

Simon Tee, Managing Partner at Kilsby Williams, said: “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.”

Detective Superintendent Paul Peters, WCRC Director, said: “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 to 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.”

Established in 1991, Kilsby Williams works with clients from across South Wales, the Midlands and London, ranging from sole traders to companies in international quoted groups.

The firm, specialists in accountancy and taxation, celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2021 with many lucrative client wins including both Newport and Cardiff Bus, Fordthorne, Pensord Press, Poundstretcher and London-based Cutler and Gross.