The Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2021 (DCMS) found that over a quarter of charities have reported cyber security breaches in the previous 12 months. The pandemic has also accelerated the digital pace for many charities and intensified the challenge of an already acute risk.
Join us for this online training course to understand the simple measures you can implement to help protect your organisation against cyber crime. It will also cover the importance of cyber and crime insurance policies, and how these organisations respond in the event of a cyber attack.
The course will be ran by specialists PIB Insurance Brokers and Police Digital Security Centre, a not-for-profit organisation that works in partnership with multiple sectors across the UK.
The sessions will explore:
- How to keep your team at the heart of your cyber security
- How to make the cloud safe for your data long-term
- Strong asset management and how this keeps your business your business
- What makes a good back-up? Six things to consider
- Cyber and crime insurance policies.
By the end of the session participants will have a greater understanding of cyber risks both in and out of the workplace.
Who should attend this course?
Finance professionals and finance managers with an IT remit in their charity, and trustees concerned with cyber risks. Open to CFG members and non-members.
When and where?
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