Cyber security for charities part 3: Shifting organisation culture and educating employees

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Javvad Malik, lead security awareness advocate at KnowBe4, explains how to educate employees and change organisation culture to prevent cyber attacks and respond to threats.

In a recent Third Sector and NCSC cyber security survey, fewer than half of charities said they have a dedicated member of staff responsible for cyber security. In addition, 70% said they don’t have any plans to deliver cyber security training in the next six months.

In this video, the third part of a four-part cyber security series produced by Third Sector Insight, in partnership with the NCSC, Javvad Malik, lead security awareness advocate at KnowBe4, addresses:

  • The role of human error in cyber security breaches

  • Why many charities need to change their cyber security culture

  • Top tips for educating employees about cyber security

  • How to make employees part of the process of change

  • How to make your digital infrastructure more user friendly

  • Advice on improving your cyber security culture

The NCSC offers a range of cyber security advice and guidance for charities including a Board Toolkit section on developing a positive cyber security culture and advice on how to support staff during an incident.

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