Tuesday 1 November 2022
In association with
We were delighted to organise this important workshop in our Charities Sector workstream. Many SASIG members are responsible for security within charitable organisations, so we thought that such sector-specific meetings would be helpful.
With a combination of presentations and panel discussions, we explore the importance of cybersecurity and associated awareness training across charities.
We showcased the resources and support available (mostly for free!) to the third sector, and give you tips and tricks for protecting your organisation.
Presentations on the day include:
Opening keynote: View from the CEO – What you need to know to get your CEO on board with cybersecurity
Presented by Tree Hall, CEO, Charity IT Leaders Forum
Building a sustainable digital future: How to plan for key trends
Presented by Zoe Amar, Chair, The Charity Digital Code of Practice, and Director, Zoe Amar Digital
What makes charities and non-profits tempting targets?
A panel session facilitated by Tarquin Folliss OBE, Vice Chairman, SASIG Events
With Becca K, Charity Sector Resilience Lead, NCSC
Lee Cramp, DPO, Department of Health and Social Care, Formerly at British Red Cross
Michala Liavaag, Founder and Managing Director of Cybility Consulting
Why should we care about charities? An insight into the cyber challenges facing the sector
Presented by Becca K, Charity Sector Resilience Lead, NCSC
How the Cyber Resilience Centre Network Supports Charities and Not-for-profits
Presented by Simon Newman, CEO, London Cyber Resilience Centre
The true impact of changing cyber culture
Presented by DC Richard Gentile, Cyber Protect Officer, British Transport Police