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Thursday 10 January 2019

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Kindly hosted by the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) at New Scotland Yard, this first meeting of our new Charities Sector workstream results from approaches by many SASIG members responsible for security within charitable organisations. In addition to presentations and panel discussions in the morning, the afternoon will see the third re-run of the MPS's unique “Decisions and Disruptions” table top exercise.

Our morning session will cover:

  • Does the charities sector have unique security vulnerabilities throughout, or in part?
  • What does good security practice look like in the charities sector, and what are the challenges?
  • How do we land this issue at our Boards and executive management teams?
  • How do we achieve security in the extended charitable enterprise?

MPS’s table top exercise is designed to explore the decisions that business managers make to protect their organisations from modern-day threats such as hacking and malware attacks. The exercise was initially funded by the National Cyber Security Centre and developed by Lancaster University. It has been further developed by MPS to accurately represent current threats. On this occasion, the exercise will be run exclusively for, and designed around, the charities sector. It will be ran by the FALCON team of SCO7 Organised Crime Command.

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