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cyber security and privacy essentials for the volunatry sector

The latest Government Security Breaches Survey found that nearly three-quarters (74%) of small and medium organisations reported a security breach in the last year. The sector deals with sensitive data every day and data protection laws are changing – how prepared are you?
When Mar 10, 2017
from 09:30 AM to 04:30 PM
Where https://www.ncvo.org.uk/training-and-events/events-listing/1572-cyber-security-and-privacy-essentials-for-the-voluntary-sector-march-2017
Contact Name
Contact Phone 020 7520 2402
Attendees Managers who are responsible for organisations' data and digital security at both strategic and operational levels.
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If you fail to protect your customers’ or employees’ personal information, your organisation may face the following.

  • Significant fines for not reporting a breach
  • Negative publicity and damage to your reputation
  • High risk of significant loss of customer trust and revenue

Outcomes

By the end of the day you will have:

  • understood the impacts of the upcoming UK and EU Data Privacy Law (EU GDPR) changes
  • received non-technical practical guidance on how to deter potential attackers
  • learned from experienced UK GCHQ certified training and trainer professionals who are at the forefront protecting businesses against cyber criminals.

Where

NCVO Conference Suite, Kings Cross, London, N1 9RL. Find us.

‘This was an incredibly useful summary of the issues and risks we need to be aware of and be able to respond to.’ – Megan Griffith Gray, Head of Digital and Communications, NCVO
‘This is a superb course and covers all essential parts of cyber strategy development.’ – Robin Smith FRSA, Head of Data Privacy, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust

Who runs it?

Amar Singh is an industry influencer and leader, founder of a not-forprofit organisation Give01Day.com and the Cyber Management Alliance, chair of ISACA's UK Security Advisory Group and executive to the board of the National MBA in Cyber Security.

Several media organisations and publications regularly seek and publish Amar's guidance, including: BBC, Financial Times, Al Jazeera, The Economist, The Guardian and The Daily Telegraph, ICAEW, Counter Terror Business Magazine. Amar is a regular contributor to publications including Computer Weekly, SC Magazine and Information Security Magazine.

Prices

Our pricing structure is based on your organisation’s gross annual income. We also offer discounts for NCVO members (30%).

 

<£5m

£5m or more

NCVO members

£195

£345

Non-members

£280

£495

How to book

Book online now

Contact us

Any questions please contact us on training@ncvo.org.uk or phone 020 7520 2402.

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