New Cyber Awareness Training Partner: Leicester Tigers

Leicester Tigers can announce that cyber security awareness training specialist Boxphish have come on board as an Associate Partner at the club for the 2020/21 season. 

Boxphish currently operate a number of cyber security protocols across the club and the partnership will see both organisations working together across a number of digital activations.

Founded in 2018, Boxphish are based in the UK and have grown to become a leading player in the Cyber Awareness Market, delivering thousands of simulations and education journeys on a monthly basis.

With the mission of helping clients and partners become more cyber aware, Boxphish help in identifying risk areas and potential vulnerabilities within businesses.

Leicester Tigers Associate Partnership package offers an entry-level and flexible solution for businesses to support the club and mix-and-match their business goals.

Mark Davies, head of business development at Leicester Tigers, said: “Like all businesses we have fully immersed ourselves in the digital world this year , with more people within the Club operating and interacting online than ever before.

“As a result cyber security and enhanced general awareness on it has never been more important to our business.

“With that in mind I’m really pleased to welcome Boxphish, a leading player in this space, in to the Tigers Family and look forward to them working closely with our staff and supporters moving forward as we continue to expand this new way of working.”

Nick Deacon-Elliot, VP Operations at Boxphish said “ We are absolutely delighted to be part of  The Tigers family, not only because I have been a fan for over 20 years but due to the support and well thought out partner programme. I have no doubt the relationship will be of equal benefit to everyone involved, thank you so much for making everyone at Boxphish feel so welcome.”

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