Only 34% of respondents to a recent Third Sector and NCSC survey said cyber security is a high boardroom priority that they review regularly. Alarmingly, one in 10 said it’s not even on the agenda.
In this video, produced by Third Sector Insight, in partnership with the NCSC, we interview Gareth Packham, director of information security and data protection at Save the Children International, and Lyndsey Jackson, deputy chief executive of Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society, to discover:
- Save the Children International’s proactive approach to cyber security
- What happened when Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society experienced a cyber attack and the impact this had on the organisation
- How to get buy-in from the board to invest in cyber security
- Advice for trustees and board members
The NCSC offers a range of cyber security advice and guidance for charities including this cyber security guide for boards.
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