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).
Charities are missing out on technology that can help service users and improve efficiency, says the annual charity sector preview from the NCVO.
Online fraud such as phishing will continue to be a huge risk for charities in 2019 - fortunately the NCSC is also stepping up its game supporting the sector with educational resources.
The three charities involved in the UK Safer Internet Centre partnership welcome the funding but remain concerned about its long term future post-Brexit.
Fraudsters pretending to be chief executives are asking for gift cards to be bought, which they then spend themselves.
Data is now big business and the price for organisations who fail to protect it from criminals has never been more costly, as our new infographic shows.