Many organisations don’t take firmware attacks seriously enough

Most organisations have policies and systems in place to reduce the risk of cyber attacks generally but according to research from Microsoft, less than one third of organisations devote enough resources to preventing firmware attacks. Whilst the timing is coincidental with Microsoft promoting their range of extra-secure Windows 10 computers, there are lessons here for […]

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CIoF advice for working with consultants and freelancers

As lockdown restrictions ease, and public fundraising restarts, some charities might consider using external help with their fundraising. So it is timely that the Chartered Institute of Fundraising (“CIoF”) has updated its advice on working with consultants and freelancers. Drawing heavily on the Code of Fundraising Practice (as well it should) it explains the difference […]

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Register for your next free webinar: ‘How to choose and implement a sustainable retention policy’

A key principle of UK GDPR is that we retain personal data only for as long as necessary; this is referred to as the storage limitation or retention principle. It can also be a principle that is difficult to consistently comply with. This webinar is designed for organisations who wish review their retention policy, or […]

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