Cyber security: attitudes and application in the charity sector

In October 2017 Tech Trust surveyed over 1000 people working in the charity sector.

For this article we have produced an infographic breaking down the key findings for one of the key topics: cyber security.

Tech Trust – A brief history of our 16 years supporting charities

Tech Trust was established 16 years ago to explore ways charities could embrace technology and the internet for social good.

We believe that by being the best, most trusted source for UK charities to gain insight into, education on and access to digital solutions, we can really accelerate charitable impact in the years to come.

A guide to Veritas Backup and Recovery Products

Veritas System Recovery (Server Edition) and Veritas Backup Exec are now officially available as donations to UK charities through our tt-exchange programme.

In this article we explore the various functionalities to help you decide if/which one is for you.

Digital uptake in the charity sector

Thanks to the efforts of several government, private and non-profit organisations, more people than ever have basic digital skills in the UK. Unfortunately, a number of reports have shown that charities are missing out on this progress.

To give an overview of the state of digital uptake in the UK charity sector, we’ve put together a simple infographic.

What would you like to know about IT?

We’ve been scratching our heads trying to think about how we can better help charities and nonprofits get to grips with the digital world.

And, after a string of heated debates in darkened rooms, late-night meetings and early-morning discussions, we’ve come up with a plan of action for the content we produce in the coming 12 months.

If there’s anything that you’d be particularly interested in learning about, let us know and we’ll try to make sure we cover it!

10 steps to protect your charity

The government recently put together a list of 10 steps to help organisations protect themselves in cyberspace.

According to their own statistics, 60% of SMEs and 81% of large companies were subject to some form of cyber attack in 2014.