Cyber security breaches are a major risk for charities of all sizes - but small charities may be disproportionately-affected. What cyber security tools can they adopt?
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 Internet Watch Foundation has reported an increase in reports of images and videos but warns the public against wasting its resources with false reports.
Cyber security threats are a growing danger for charities of all sizes. With the threat only becoming more severe, we take a look at the biggest threats facing charities in 2020.
The bill aims to answer charities’ calls to improve internet safety for vulnerable people and follows a white paper earlier this year on the issue.
The latest figures show that charities are reporting less incidents but too many are still not taking care when handling sensitive data.
A new year brings new cyber security threats - protect your organisation in the new year with our 2020 Cyber Security Checklist
Almost a quarter of charities were affected by cyber crime in 2019. And yet 44% of charities are not protecting themselves from cyber-attacks as many charity leaders don't see the risks.
We take a look at some of the best cyber security tools available to charities - from general security to password management and measures against phishing