Cyber Security Training for Small Charities
Tuesday 08 November 2022
10:00 to 12:30
How do you protect your organisation against a cyber-attack? Have you thought about the risks to your charity? Join us to learn how.
As small charities and community groups increased their digital presence to adapt to the pandemic, the risk of cyber-attacks also increased. From data breaches to fraudulent invoices, there are lots of different steps to consider when keeping your organisation safe online.
Join us at our free training session, where we will help you understand the content through real life examples, videos and, most importantly, by removing the jargon that can make cyber security seem difficult to understand.
By the end of the session, you will understand why small charities are at risk of different types of cyber-attack, be aware of practical steps you can take to avoid cyber-attack and know what to do in the event of a cyber-attack on your organisation.
What will the session cover?
The session will be divided into three main parts:
• What cyber-attacks could a small charity fall victim to?
• What simple steps can you take to enhance your cyber security?
• What should we do if we suffer a cyber-attack?
Throughout the session, your local trainers will help you understand the content through real life examples, videos and, most importantly, by removing the jargon that can make cyber security seem difficult to understand.
What will the session enable me to do?
The training aims to provide you with an understanding of the basics of cyber security in a small charity, and what steps you should be taking to protect your organisation.
The session will take place online on October and is open to all small charities and community groups in Bromley. Please register in advance.
This event is supported by NAVCA (National Association for Voluntary and Community Action) and NCSC (National Cyber Security Centre).
Date and time: Tuesday 8 November 2022, 10:00am – 12:30pm