Cyber Essentials 2020 Charity Campaign Supported by Trusted Partners

Two of our Trusted Partners are participating in the 2020 IASME Charities Cybersecurity Awareness Campaign campaign to offer discounted Cyber Essentials Certification to charities this November. 

Green CDL and Jovasi (alongside 50 other certified bodies) are taking part in a campaign where charities will be entitled to register for Cyber Essentials Certification for the discounted price of £225 (instead of £300) for one week only from the 2nd - 6th November.

Earlier this year you may have seen the headlines around ransomware with Blackbaud, charities are under threat due to vulnerabilities within their organisations. More than two dozen charities, trusts and universities in the UK, US and Canada also affected. This attack highlights the increasing importance of charities, both large and small, ensuring their data and supply chain data is secure.

All of us are having to adapt and enable staff and volunteers to work from home during the COVID crisis, there is even more reason to implement the right precautions as a charity.

If you would like to find out more about the Cyber Essentials Scheme and how it can help protect your organisation from common cyber threats click here.

Follow the Charities Cybersecurity Awareness Campaign with the hashtag #cybersecurecharities.

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