Charities have become a prime target for cyber attacks, which poses a huge risk to their daily operations. And yet research shows the sector is not doing enough to protect its personal data.

A recent Third Sector and NCSC data survey revealed that while 62% of charities share data between departments, at least 13% do not have common data processes in place, and only 64% use a trusted and secure wifi connection at all times when accessing personal information.

This guide explores the impact of having data stolen in a cyber attack and details the practical steps that charities can take to protect themselves from financial and reputational damage. 

Read the guide Defending data: How to keep your charity's personal information safe from cyber attacks


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