A Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations report details how charities are still vulnerable to cyber crime and need to go beyond GDPR requirements to protect the data of vulnerable people.
The Internet Watch Foundation is told by global organisation INHOPE that it is setting the standard in the worldwide battle to remove online child sex abuse images and videos.
The children’s charity campaign highlights the high number of children who are falling prey to abusers and online grooming via social networks.
Criticisms have centred over the amount of money being kept by the online platform, raised for victims of disasters such as the Grenfell Tower fire.
The Fundraising Regulator wants to hear from any charities that have been sent the fraudulent emails.
Charities, industry and global partners among those ministers are talking to as part of efforts to address challenges posed by AI to online news.
Charities are urged by the Information Commissioner’s Office to ensure staff and volunteers have access to effective data protection training and that information breaches are properly reported and recorded.
The introduction of GDPR is seen as a key factor in a dramatic increase in the number of reports of data breaches to the Information Commissioners’ Office.
Watchdog warning follows National Fraud Intelligence Bureau report that at least 50% of UK organisations have been victims of insider fraud in last year.
Government calls for better apps and ‘digital technology-for-good’ to boost democratic innovation and bolster charities’ work across age ranges, among other proposals.