Cyber Crime: PSNI perspective on current picture in NI **REGISTRATION CLOSED**

Registration closed
27 January 2022 -
10:00am to 11:00am

According to a recent government survey Cyber security is a priority for 68% of charity trustees and senior leaders , yet only 18% train staff on cyber security. Join us for this session and we'll hear from Sam Kinkaid, Cyber Protect officer from the PSNI Cyber Crime Centre, will outline the key steps everyone can take to help improve their cyber security.

With home working likely to be a feature of our working life post the current pandemic and staff increasingly reliant on the use of emails and remote access, this session will aim to introduce you to methods used by online attackers to exploit local organisations and the important role guidance such as the ‘Small Charity Guide’ from the National Cyber Security Centre (www.ncsc.gov.uk) can play in securing your organisation.

This session covers: 

  • Recent incidents in Northern Ireland (including the charity and voluntary sector)
  • The simple steps everyone can take to reduce the risk posed to their organisation
  • The benefits of reporting 

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