Every cyber security programme needs leadership buy-in to be successful.
This half-day table top workshop – jointly led by City of London Police Cyber Griffin team and the Metropolitan Police Service Cyber Protect team – will help you understand the importance of cyber security to your charity. You will learn the importance of making timely and correct decisions when it comes to cyber security.
In your allocated team, will be given a yearly budget to protect a fictitious organisation from both physical and cyber threats, using scenarios based on real investigations and current threats. You’ll then discuss the options available and receive feedback on the consequences of your decisions and the cost in terms of cyber protection and finances. A thorough debrief will conclude the session to highlight key learnings.
Why you should attend:
- A physical game board makes cyber security easier to understand.
- See first-hand how cyber security can affect a charity’s turnover, reputation and regulation.
- Highlight how cyber and physical security can impact each other.
- A chance to use your problem solving, collaboration, leadership and communication skills to be successful.
- Understand current NCSC and Cyber Griffin security guidance.
Who should attend?
- Charity decision-makers, particularly those responsible for governance and risk management, operations, IT and finance functions
- Other charity staff with varying degrees of technical knowledge will also find it beneficial.
This is a free face-to-face workshop in London, kindly co-hosted by ICAEW. It is not available online.
Spaces are limited to 30 delegates.
Visit our Preventing Charity Fraud website to secure your place.
19 October 2022Time
09:30 - 12:00Location
Face-to-face (in person)Venue
Chartered Accountants' Hall, Moorgate Place, London EC2R 6EACosts £Free