According to a recent Third Sector and NCSC survey, nearly a third of charities (30%) don’t have a process in place to respond to a cyber attack. And 39% of charity board members have not recently discussed the potential impact of a cyber attack within their organisation.
In this video, the final part in our four-part series produced by Third Sector Insight in partnership with the NCSC, Michala Liavaag, founder and managing director of Cybility Consulting, shares her insights and top tips, including:
What does a good incident response plan look like?
Will you have to suspend operations after a cyber attack?
What steps should board members take after an attack?
How often should charities review their incident response plan?
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