Information governance and cyber security (CFNI)

Registration closed
15 October 2020 -
11:00am to 12:30pm

It is vital that all organisations have effective information governance – including how we gather, manage and store our data ensuring information is secure and protected.

Booking is now closed for this event

Cybersecurity is part of this and has never been more important, no matter what we do, we all need to be aware of how to stay safe online. This event is part of Get Safe Online Global 24

We are delighted to have a range of experts with us to share their knowledge and experience in this field for this one and a half hour webinar.

  • Joe Dolan, Head of NI Cyber Security Centre (NICSC)
  • Caroline Mooney, Regional manager NI Information Commissioner's Office (ICO)
  • Representative from National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC)
  • Stephen Gray, Head of Information management NICVA


•           Introductions and overview - NICVA

•           Why cyber security should be on the radar - NICSC            

•           Cyber security and the law -  ICO

•           Small Charities guide - NCSC

•           Practicalities – what does this really mean? -  NICVA

•           Q and A

Accelerator programme

This webinar is part of the Community Foundation for NI Accelerator Programme, funded by DfC. The Accelerator Programme aims to improve the skills and confidence of people in our sector and strengthen organisations at this critical time.

NICVA is delivering a series of webinars from September 2020 to March 2021, for more information click here

Get Safe Online Global24

This event is also part of the Get Safe Online Global24, a unique, international collaboration organised by Get Safe Online. It is providing local activities targeted at communities and organisation, around the core theme of online safety. Every hour for 24 hours, Get Safe Online team members and country partners will be working in a closely co-ordinated effort to help provide free, practical, unbiased advice aimed at protecting people from online harms such as fraud, identity theft and various kinds of abuse. NICVA, ICO, NISCS and NCSC are pleased to work collaboratively as part of this initiative.


Cancellation Policy

Please be aware that you may be charged if you don't attend an event you have registered for—even in the case of free to access events. Full details on NICVA cancellation policy