Is your charity doing enough to protect from cyber attacks?
Experts from the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) join us for our latest webinar asking charities if they are taking the right precautions to safeguard themselves from cyber attacks.
Click here to register for the webinar ‘Prevention is better than the cure: Is your charity doing enough to protect from cyber attacks?’
According to the Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2019 from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport’s (DCMS), over 44% of charities aren’t protecting themselves from cyber attacks because they simply don’t see themselves at being at risk.
And while there has been a 15% increase in charities enforcing cyber security policies since the introduction of GDPR, the majority of charities remain vulnerable to security breaches, with the average successful attack costing organisations almost £10,000.
But cost isn’t the only concern. Funders, supporters and beneficiaries are asking charities to show how they are protecting their data and seeking constant assurance that they are taking cyber security seriously.
Charity Digital News has teamed up with the National Cyber Security Centre on Thursday 18th July at 1.00pm for a free webinar that informs charities how they can take all the necessary steps to protect themselves from the growing risk of cyber security breaches.
This webinar will share common cyber attacks charities are falling victim to and how to spot the danger signs, as well as the stepping stones to safeguarding against threats, and how and why your charity should be Cyber Essentials Certified.
The webinar is the fourth we’ve ran in collaboration with the NCSC having previously covered the threats and risks to charities, 5 steps charities can take to improve their cyber security and how to build a cyber security risk management regime.
Catch up on NCSC’s other webinars:
- Keeping your Charity Cyber Secure
- 5 steps every charity should take to improve their cyber security
- Cyber Security: Setting up your charity’s risk management regime