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.
Sara Rowbotham, who exposed the Rochdale child abuse scandal, has worked with tech social enterprise Reason Digital to develop a set of guidelines to help parents keep their children safe online.
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.
The Military Vehicle Trust is improving its membership system to make the application process easier and faster.
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.
Barnardos says increasing popularity of live streaming sites among young people is helping abusers target children as young as eight.
Fraudsters are using bogus telephone numbers to take money from callers to the Oral Health Foundation’s Dental Helpline.
This month Tech Trust is kicking off the first of its brand new series of free educational webinars for charities with a talk on cyber security from NCSC (National Cyber Security Centre).