Cyber Security: Setting up your charity’s risk management regime

About the Webinar:

On 9th May at 1 PM, join the NCSC (National Cyber Security Centre) for the third in their series of exclusive cyber security webinars for charities.

The last session talked charities through the five things they can do to protect from the most common cyber attacks. This session delves further into the policies and regimes that charities should have in place to manage key cyber security risks, with a chance to put your questions to an charity cyber security expert.

What you'll learn in this session:

  • How guidance from the Government's '10 Steps to Cyber Security' should shape charities' cyber security policies
  • A step by step guide to defining, communicating and implementing your organisation's risk management regime for cyber security



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The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), a part of GCHQ was established in October 2016 to help protect the UK from cyber attacks, manage major cyber incidents, and provide advice to citizens and organisations on how to keep themselves secure online.

It's vision is to help make the UK the safest place to live and work online. With the threat from cybercrime increasing, it is vital that all organisations – including charities – understand the potential impact of a cyber attack and take proactive steps to reduce the risk of becoming a victim.

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