New Head of Manchester Cyber Crime Centre
The Cyber Resilience Centre for Greater Manchester (CRCGM) welcomes Grace Hulse as its new head of cyber and innovation.
10:04 13 April 2021
Grace Hulse is the new head of The Cyber Resilience Centre for Greater Manchester’s cyber and innovation. Grace, who have served the Greater Manchester Police for the last 18 years, has worked across a diverse range of roles in policing including local policing, cyber and economic crime, child protection, domestic violence, and major investigations.
CRCGM is part of the wider Cyber Resilience Centres network established across the UK. Each centres support and services are focused on helping SME's and creating a national talent pipeline.
Grace says "My passion for digital investigations came when I worked in the major incident team as a digital media investigator. Working in cybercrime I have managed investigations and developed connections across forces across the UK.
"I hope to see businesses across the region improve cyber awareness and grow their resilience to the latest online crimes. I’m proud to from the region, it’s a unique ecosystem and I’m looking forward to leading the Cyber Resilience Centre.
"The role brings me the opportunities to help businesses recover from cybercrime – as well as being able to put the right security measures in place to prevent further attacks."