Cyber-security state of the nation
As technology progresses and charities become more digital, so do the risks that come with it. So, how are we as charities faring against arguably our biggest threat, cyber-security?
Our latest podcast discusses the good, the bad and the ugly of charities and cyber-security.
Alongside Cub Llewelyn-Davies, Charity Sector Lead from the National Cyber Security Centre and Michala Liavaag, Head of Information, Governance and Security at Marie Curie, Charity Digital Marketing Manager Chris Hall reviews how successful charities were at combatting cyber-security in 2019. The panel also discusses what new threats to expect in 2020 and what resources, new and old charities should be looking to for information.
We also celebrated our 10th episode with a brand new segment - Charity Digital or Charity Dodgy? Make sure to play along and let us know how you got on via twitter or email.
Have a question for the pod or want to get involved, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This week's guests
Cub Llewelyn-Davies, Charity Sector Lead from the National Cyber Security Centre the government agency responsible for cyber security. They 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.
Michala Liavaag, Head of Information, Governance and Security at Marie Curie