Cyber Security Toolkit for Voluntary Organisations
Cyber security is any strategy, processes, practices or technologies that organisations have in place to secure their networks, computers or other devices, and the data they hold, from damage, attack or unauthorised access.
Cyber security is an important issue for charities and voluntary organisations because they hold sensitive personal data on donors, volunteers or service users.
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has produced the ‘Cyber Security: Small Charity Guide’, which outlines the basic steps that voluntary organisations should take to protect their organisation and its assets.
To support this, we have produced a cyber security toolkit to help voluntary organisations in Derbyshire assess areas of weakness in relation to cyber security and signpost you to detailed advice from reliable sources.