Newscaster Charity Digital looks at the various aspects to cyber security, offering an easy-to-follow guide showing how charities can protect against loss of revenue, reputational damage, financial disruption, and much more.
It is a given that most of the world now relies on the internet.
Governments, the military, schools and universities, the health care sector; both private and public industries will collect, process, and store extraordinary amounts of data from cyber space.
These groups would also rely on important infrastructure systems in cyberspace to carry out some of their day-to-day running and delivery of services.
If an attack was made on this infrastructure, not only would this threaten customer data or a business’s bottom line, but it could also threaten a nation’s security, their economy, even the health and safety of the public.
Charities are just as vulnerable as any other business, so it is just as important for them to protect themselves from any cyber threat and prevent against attacks, such as Ransomware and Malware.
Newscaster Charity Digital
consider the importance of this and have created their straightforward guide on cyber security.
Talking about what cyber security is exactly, and how a charity can protect their systems and data from attacks, they offer resources to help charities stay up to date with emerging trends and technology related to cyber security.
To read the guidance
, visit the Charity Digital website