Ensuring your organisation is prepared for a cyber attack is easier than you might think
As organisations move online they are more vulnerable to malicious cyber activity and unfortunately the third sector is not exempt.
The good news is that ensuring your organisation is prepared for a cyber attack and can continue to operate when it happens is easier than you might think.
Join ScotlandIS and SCVO for an unparalleled opportunity to understand/enhance your charity’s cyber resilience at our upcoming full-day conference, tailored specifically for the third sector, taking place on the 28th of February as part of CyberScotland Week at the Scotsman Hotel in Edinburgh.
- Learn more about the Scottish Government’s Third Sector Cyber Resilience Action Plan and the steps being taken to develop and implement it across the third sector with Cabinet Secretary for Justice and Home Affairs, Angela Constance MSP.
- Delve into real-world insights as SCVO talk to SAMH and RZSS about the potential impact of a cyber breach.
- Join interactive workshops, led by industry experts, that will empower you with practical skills to actively engage and apply cyber resilience concepts to your unique context.
- Connect with like-minded people within the third sector.
Whether you are a board member/trustee, IT specialist or concerned employee, don’t miss this opportunity to strengthen your organisation against cyber threats and contribute to a resilient future for Scotland.
See the full agenda and get your free ticket here - https://www.scotlandis.com/blog/events/cyber-resilience-for-the-third-sector/
Alison Brogan is the cyber resilience co-ordinator at The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO).