Breakfast Seminar: Tuesday 28th April 2020 **This event is being changed to an online event – details to be confirmed shortly. **
The Agile Office – lessons from implementing flexible working at charities and non-profit organisations
Mitel Offices: 4th Floor, 2 London Wall, London, EC2Y 5AU
Registration 9.00am Finish 11.30
Breakfast and refreshments included.
This event is for anyone involved in planning, implementing or reviewing agile and flexible working at their charity or non-profit organisation.
£10 per person – donation to Mind.
Limited places available – Book HERE.
Cyber Attack Simulation and IT Security Awareness Training, NCVO London – More dates for this popular event coming soon!
For Charity and non-profit organisations.
How would you handle a cyber-attack?
Almost all successful cyber-attacks happen because, unwittingly, staff in the targeted group allow the attack into their network. Even with the best technology and strongest protection, it’s awareness that can be the weak link in preventing cyber-crime.
This half day event allows you to experience a ransomware attack similar to the recent NHS “wannacry” outbreak, but with none of the real-life damage.
The decisions you take as the cyber-attack unfolds will affect the final outcome – there are no right or wrong answers, but this is a chance to go through a simulated cyber-attack and learn which kind of approaches work best and how to prepare for such an event should it ever happen for real.
· Gain experience of what a Ransomware cyber-attack actually looks like.
· Learn about the initiatives available to help organisations protect their systems and train staff.
· Learn from cost effective examples of best practice on IT Security from organisations in the sector.
Who is running the course?
The event will be run by Smartdesc, an NCVO Trusted IT Services Supplier.
Andrew Coyle, Head of Information Security for Smartdesc Ltd will provide IT Security best practice examples and guest trainer, Gary Kibbey, a former senior law enforcement officer with over 30 years of experience of tackling global threats from serious and organised crime will deliver a cyber-crime session designed to challenge and improve critical thinking, risk management, policy and cyber resilience.
Who should Attend?
The session is aimed at those responsible for policy and decision makers – typically Manager and Director Level.
NCVO Conference Centre. Society Building, 8 All Saints Street, London, N1 9RL
There are 25 places available. Priority booking will be given to NCVO members.
£25 per person for NCVO members
£50 per person for non NCVO members
Includes a light lunch and refreshments.
Smartdesc is a specialist IT Services provider to the non-profit and charity sector and is an accredited, NCVO Trusted Supplier.