Delegates at Cyber Security Conference ready to take action


Delegates at the Cyber Security Conference on 16 March in Portsmouth came away ready to take action to help protect their organisation from a cyber attack.

The event, organised jointly by the High Sheriff of Hampshire, Action Hampshire and Hampshire & Isle of Wight Community Foundation welcomed over 80 delegates from charities across Hampshire. They listened to a variety of inspiring speakers, including:

Cyber crime costs the voluntary sector in the UK an estimated £1.65 billion per year, through email, text and telephone frauds and the use of malicious software. Evidence shows that even small charities are targets. Don’t delay making sure your organisation is cyber secure – otherwise it could be a costly mistake, both financially and operationally. If you would like to sign up to Vermont System’s regular newsletter, which gives more useful tips on staying cyber secure, please email Kirsty Cartwright