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The Cyberhub Trust

The primary purpose of the Trust is to promote education and training of cyber security, facilitate a pipeline of well-trained, qualified and experienced young people into Cloud & Cyber and to identify 'at-risk' technically capable young people and encourage them to become productive members of society.

The primary purpose of the Trust is to promote education and training of cyber security, facilitate a pipeline of well-trained, qualified and experienced young people into Cloud & Cyber and to identify 'at-risk' technically capable young people and encourage them to become productive members of society.

The Trust is advised by UK government bodies, including the National Crime Agency (NCA) and the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), supported by sponsors and partners and managed by Trustees.

About Us

Due to the nature of the Trust, it requires experts and specialists in cyber security services, which are provided by Service Providers, working closely with Law Enforcement, to oversee cyber security training, education and apprenticeships and assist with local Community Outreach Programmes.

In a post-COVID world, we operate face-to-face and virtually, in Colleges & Institutes of Technology (IoTs), where we make available Secure Operations Centres, providing training and work experience opportunities, as well as cyber security and testing services to local businesses and communities.

There are four strategic pillars to THE MODEL:

The CyberHub Trust operates within approved Colleges & IoTs across the UK. The first operational CyberHub opened in 2020 at the Barking & Dagenham IoT in London, followed by Liverpool and Birmingham, with other CyberHubs due to open in 2022/23.

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