Information Governance and Cyber Security resources and recording

26 Oct 2020 Sandra Bailie    Last updated: 11 Nov 2020

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On 15 October, Get Safe Online Global 24, NICVA hosted an Information Governance and Cyber Security webinar as part of the CFNI Accelerator Programme.

We were delighted to have a range of experts with us to share their knowledge and experience in this field. It was good to be part of the Get Safe Online Global24 campaign and to represent NI in the line up of events.

Joe Dolan, Head of NI Cyber Security Centre (NICSC) started the session of by describing the world of cyber crime and why cyber security should be a priority for all individuals and organisations.

Caroline Mooney, Regional manager NI Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) then spoke about cyber security and the legislation relating to this in the GDPR.

Matt from National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) gave an overview of the Small Charities guide and practical tips on what measures to put in place to keep you and your organisation safe.

Stephen Gray, Head of Information management NICVA outlined things we need to consider as voluntary and community organisations and how we can put all of the advice into practice.

Watch the webinar:

Resources

NICVA's GDPR Toolkit

ICO’s data protection hub for small organisations including checklists, toolkits and simple guides. 

NCSC Small Charity Guide

NI Cyber Security Centre Advice and guidance

Get Safe Online have lots of useful resources

Scamwise 

Haveibeenpwned - To check if your account has been involved in a data breach click here

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by Sandra Bailie

Head of Organisational Development

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