In our new video, the NCSC’s Cub Llewellyn-Davies offers some important and straightforward advice that every charity should follow
Maintaining basic cyber security does not demand excessive expenditure, in-depth tech knowledge, or an in-house IT team. It requires only the will of the individual or the organisation. To protect against cyber attacks, charities only have to take a few simple steps, all of which require minimal tech expertise.
In our latest Charity Digital video, Cub Llewellyn-Davies, charity sector lead at the National Cyber Security Centre, offers charity professionals some advice to help them on their journey to becoming cyber secure.
He suggests you can enhance cyber security following five simple steps:
Cub develops each of the above steps, providing some easy-to-follow tips to help charity workers. He also offers some information regarding the aftermath of a cyber attack and the steps charities will immediately need to take.
Please check out the video and leave a comment below if you have any thoughts. And if you require more information on any of the above points, please check out the Charity Digital Cyber Security Hub.