People, not tech, is the biggest threat to a charity's cyber security, experts have warned.
The latest NCSC/Charity Digital News webinar will help charities define and plan their cyber risk management strategies according to Government guidelines.
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.
Internet Matters and TikTok will collaborate on a range of online safety resources and content
Minimising data risks and decisions around appointing a data protection officer are among updates for the Institute of Fundraising’s GDPR guide.
The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations has made the money available to help charities achieve accreditation in the nationally recognised Cyber Essentials scheme.
The government’s annual look at cyber security breaches has found growing awareness among charities of online and data threats.
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.