Meet our Students
We are working with a team of innovative ethical hackers from the University of Manchester, the University of Salford and Manchester Metropolitan University. These are a select group of talented, informative and reliable individuals who work with businesses in Greater Manchester by providing guidance and support through our cyber resilience services.
If you are curious to find out how we can help your business stay safe from cybercrime, please click here.
“It is fantastic to work closely with the wider team to deliver and manage the CRC's services and to manage the brilliant team of Junior Ethical Hackers. As a cyber technical expert at the CRC, I provide guidance and support on all cybersecurity matters whilst working alongside our expert partners network and policing.”
Managing the Ethical Hacking team is Senior Ethical Hacker, MJ
The team is made up of five Junior Ethical Hackers; Hristo, Marie, Amirali, Aleksandra and Maksmillion who are currently studying at universities in Manchester and Salford. The Cyber Resilience Centre (CRC) works in partnership with the University of Salford, the University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University to develop a strong, cyber student community.
“The reason for choosing to study cybersecurity is that this sector touches everyone. In the age of technology where everyone is connected, there are different types of information and data sharing which opens a gate to online threats.”
Amirali said his ‘ambition is to help as many businesses and individuals as possible with cybersecurity as it plays a big role in our society. It includes everything that pertains to protecting our sensitive data from theft and damage by criminals.’
Hristo wants to help ‘small businesses that can’t always afford the right security measures to defend against attacks.’