Join us on Friday 25th November 2022 at 9:30am for an hour.
If you are a technologist or IT Manager, or have responsibility for cyber security, or if you are a fundraiser or user of IT systems, or are responsible for charity governance, then this webinar is for you.
Cyber security and the risk of malware and ransomware attacks remains one of the highest risks to a charity. The National Cyber Security Centre (“NCSC”) has many free resources and this webinar will offer a practical guide through their latest recommendations for charities.
Nick will help you understand:
– What are the real risks
– How the Cyber Security Loop will help your planning and response to a cyber security incident
– When is an incident reportable, and to whom?
– Practical steps recommended by the NCSC
– Sources of further help
As always everything will be related back to best practice and the recommendations from the NCSC, Charity Commission and ICO
There will be time for a Q&A at the end of the webinar, and you can submit specific questions in advance.
We will conclude the webinar with a special offer for attendees only.
The webinar will be led by Nick Swain, a data protection professional with experience of working directly with over 50 non-profits to help them stay safe and deliver more impact. Nick’s extensive IT experience will help you get the most from this webinar.
For more information and to book, use the link https://zorva.info/free-webinars/ – if you are not a TinoPai member you will need to register and the link will help you (it’s free and will give you access to other free live and on-demand webinars).