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Cyber security basics: an introduction to cybersecurity for everyone

When
  • Start: 21st May, 2024 @ 2:00PM
  • End: 21st May, 2024 @ 3:00PM
Where
  • Online
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If you are a small UK based community group, you might be wondering how to protect your organisation from cyber threats. Cyber security is not only important for big businesses, but also for small charities and non-profits that rely on technology to operate and communicate. The session will introduce you to 5 simple steps that the National Cyber Security Centre recommends for improving your cyber resilience.

You will also learn about various resources that you can use and share with your staff, volunteers and communities to raise awareness and promote best practice.

This forms part of Superhighway’s Digital Foundations programme
https://superhighways.org.uk/training-advice-and-technical/digital-basics

This session will cover

The session will look at:
* Passwords
* Phishing & other email scams
* Antivirus & malware
* Securing devices
* Back up

Is this course for me?

This session is suitable for anyone who has any access to technology and data in your organisation, whether that’s via a laptop, a tablet, a smartphone or a website.

Course format

Group introductory training webinar

This session is an online live-format webinar. As with all of Superhighways’ online training, there will be some interactivity, which may include asking you to contribute to the chat, take part in polls or join a short breakout session for a conversation with other participants.

Joining by video will give you the best possible experience – but isn’t essential throughout.

We may ask you to introduce yourselves. There will be a chance to ask questions.

Trainer/s

Paul has been working with technology and websites for over 30 years. He has helped establish charitable CICs running local fund raising events (Kew Fete & Kew Village market) and worked with Charities in the Richmond/Kew area developing their websites and getting the most from the software available to them. Paul loves investigating new software products and helping organizations choose the most appropriate tools and get the most out of them to benefit their organisation.