People, not tech, is the biggest threat to a charity's cyber security, experts have warned.
Charities including Barnardo’s, Girlguiding and Children England have helped inform the code, which the Information Commissioner’s Office hopes will help protect children’s data and privacy.
Minimising data risks and decisions around appointing a data protection officer are among updates for the Institute of Fundraising’s GDPR guide.
The Lucy Faithfull Foundation has been handed Home Office funding to cope with a surge in callers and visitors to its online and telephone support service for offenders looking to change their behaviour.
Police figures obtained by the NSPCC show a growth in recorded crimes involving sexual communication with a child, with predators increasingly using Instagram.
The second charity cyber security webinar from NCSC will delve into the simple, inexpensive actions charities should be taking to protect their data.
A new tool is aimed at small charities who feel overwhelmed by the Charity Commission registration process.
Internet Matters report highlights the heightened risks vulnerable children face online.
An NSPCC survey reveals support from parents for the introduction of a social media regulator to ensure tech firms protect children.
The move follows concerns raised last year over the online donation platform’s charges for fundraising around major disasters such as the Grenfell Tower tragedy.