In our upcoming webinar we’ll be joined by the National Cyber Security Centre, who will be guiding us through the steps you can take to ensure your charity’s security defences aren’t compromised during Covid-19.
Recent events have seen charities adopt, what is for many, a new way of working at very short notice. The usual office environment has been swapped for the home office whilst charities continue to deliver their vital services to their beneficiaries.
It is likely that many organisations have experienced a strain on their workforce and encountered unprecedented issues when making the switch to remote working. It’s easy for the importance of cyber security to be forgotten amongst this rapid change, particularly without the presence of a dedicated IT or digital professional.
Unfortunately, as with any period of change and uncertainty, there are always people who try to take advantage. Cyber criminals are lurking in the shadows of the internet, attempting to manipulate the situation in new and calculating ways. Cyber security should be at the top of any charity’s list if they want to keep their systems, finances, data and much more secure and free of online attacks.
In our upcoming webinar on Thursday 7th May from 13:00-14:00pm we’ll be joined by experts from the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), who will be discussing the necessary facts about cyber security during Covid-19 and equipping you with the knowledge and understanding that will keep your charity secure.
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The webinar will also include an extended Q&A session with the NCSC team to ensure that all of your Covid-19 cyber security questions and concerns are answered.