NCVO/Zurich Webinar: Cyber resilience, not just cyber security

  • Quarter day
  • Webinar
  • Online
  • IT and digital
2020 saw a significant change in the way all organisations , including charities, work and do business. Organisations moved to remote working models overnight. This has provided cyber criminals with an opportunity to attack. Subsequently, we have seen a huge rise in cybercrime activities using ransomware attacks, phishing attacks, supply chain cyber-attacks and other types of attacks.
Date: | 16 March 2022
Time: | 10.00-11.00

event details

This webinar is the third in a series of virtual risk workshops hosted by NCVO in partnership with Zurich, one of NCVO's Trusted Suppliers.

Organisations of any size, sector or location are potential targets of cybercrime. According to DCMS Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2021, 26% of UK charities identified breaches or cyber-attacks in 2020.

To run a safe, secure and prosperous working environment it is very important to stop reacting to cyber-attacks and start anticipating, which requires your organisation to be cyber resilient.

By the end of the webinar, you will:
  • understand the latest cyber threats faced by the voluntary sector, how these threats have evolved over time and the emerging threats to be aware of
  • know the importance of developing cyber resilience
  • hear how Zurich Resilience Solutions can help charities in developing cyber resilience.

who runs it

This webinar will be led by Arun Banerjee, strategic cyber risk consultant at Zurich Resilience Solutions.

Arun works on cyber underwriter assurance helping underwriters better understand cyber risk, exposure and maturity of large and complex client environments in order to price the cyber risk transfer. Arun also works with clients across multiple sectors, helping them with cyber risk management as well as providing cyber risk and resilience consultancy.

who should join the webinar

This webinar is open to all but will be particularly useful for those responsible for cybersecurity in their organisation.

how to book

Book your place by clicking the register icon above. This webinar will take place online. We'll send out joining instructions before the session.


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This event is free for NCVO members. There may be a charge to attend if you are a non-member. Please check the event overview or click the 'REGISTER' button for more details.