A call for social media firms to be forced to hand over data to help academics has come from the Royal College of Psychiatrists and is backed by suicide prevention charity Molly Rose Foundation.
Microsoft is to end technical support for Windows 7 from January 14, leaving charities still using the system at risk of security breaches.
The campaign by the games industry follows advice to parents from the charity NSPCC about the importance of controls to prevent online harm among children.
The regulator has released draft guidance urging charities to ensure they comply with legislation around the electronic storage of data such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
With this quick guide to the key terms in cyber security, we hope to facilitate the conversation with charities and their leaders and trustee boards around the risks from cyber attacks.
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The Department for Education report says social media use is not directly harming children’s mental health, however it shines a light on associated risks such as online bullying and lack of sleep.