In the new blended world with greater use of IT and home working, it is more important than ever to be able to understand the potential risks of cyber attack, and ways to avoid and mitigate these risks.
Phishing, identity theft and ransomware are persistent threats and they all typically start with one malicious email. It’s more important than ever to make sure everyone in your organisation is aware of the dangers.
The course will look at what cyber crime is and the different forms of attack this can take. You will discover:
- Why charities and community groups are at risk irrespective of their size, from whom and ho
- How to recognise and identify different forms of cyber attack
- How you can help prevent and mitigate the consequences of attack
About the Trainer:
Keith is the Development Officer with Hunts Forum. From his work over the last few years he has developed a strong understanding of the risks posed to VCSE organisations by cyber criminals.
Keith has undertaken training delivered by the National Cyber Security Centre and developed with the National Association for Voluntary Community Action and 10 pilot CVS organisations to deliver these sessions to help charities and community groups protect themselves from cyber crime. The course and course materials have been developed by NCSC and NAVCA.
Cost: Free to any Cambridgeshire-based community group or charity.
Information and Booking: To find out more and to book a place email firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional details: The course is in two parts from 9.30 to 11am and 11.30am to 1pm. Both parts must be attended.