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
Negative public attitudes to online content come less than a year after the charity sector was warned about a growing lack of trust in social media.
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.
Charity led coalition Anti-Bullying Alliance is taking to social media to raise awareness of the affect bullying and online abuse has on children.
The joint report by Social CEOs and Acevo reveals the mental health challenges faced by charity bosses targeted by online trolls.
Get charity leaders to take cyber security seriously - 44% of charities aren’t protecting themselves from cyber attacks because they simply don’t see themselves at risk.
With advances in technology, new GDPR laws, and a growing concern for fake news, here' some of the latest discussions around digital ethics.
As the witching hour approaches some of the scariest things for charities to know about aren't the ghosts and ghouls of October 31.
Jancie Miller CEO of Kidasha shares some insights into how small charities can benefit from digital tools, in the right way
Facial recognition technology is available to everyone with a Facebook account and it is being used globally.