People, not tech, is the biggest threat to a charity's cyber security, experts have warned.
Minimising data risks and decisions around appointing a data protection officer are among updates for the Institute of Fundraising’s GDPR guide.
The government’s annual look at cyber security breaches has found growing awareness among charities of online and data threats.
The Military Vehicle Trust is improving its membership system to make the application process easier and faster.
Acorns Children’s Hospice's digital transformation of functions such as payroll, pensions and human resources is already improving efficiency.
The small charities guide by PolicyBee signposts help in areas such as GDPR, health and safety and fundraising.
Philip Anthony, Managing Director, Coopsys talks GDPR and data security and what charities are learning six months in.
Charities are urged by the Information Commissioner’s Office to ensure staff and volunteers have access to effective data protection training and that information breaches are properly reported and recorded.
The introduction of GDPR is seen as a key factor in a dramatic increase in the number of reports of data breaches to the Information Commissioners’ Office.
GDPR is far more than just nagging and scaremongering, says Matthew Moorut, Head of Markting at Tech Trust. In fact, it presents opportunities for charities to polish up their public image, be more resilient and get better value from their data.