Wed, 22 Mar|
NCVO/Zurich Webinar: Managing and Responding to Cyber Risks In 2023
Hosted by an expert from Zurich Insurance, this free webinar will explore the latest cyber threats facing the voluntary sector.
Time & Location
22 Mar 2023, 10:00 – 11:00
About the Event
Hosted by an expert from Zurich Insurance, this free webinar will explore the latest cyber threats facing the voluntary sector. You’ll hear how cyber attacks and scams have evolved, and what charities can do to increase their cyber resilience.
Over the last few years, we have significantly changed the way we work. Many staff and volunteers now carry out their roles from home, often using their home networks and even their own devices.
But what impact has remote working had on our ability to manage cyber threats? What are the latest phishing tactics and scams the sector needs to be aware of? And what can we learn from charities that have fallen victim to a cyber attack?
By the end of this webinar, you will:
- understand the latest cyber threats to the voluntary sector
- have learned steps you can take to enhance cyber security – from developing a good password management plan to training staff and volunteers to identify phishing emails and scams
- have heard how Zurich Resilience Solutions can help charities develop cyber resilience
- have had your cyber security questions answered.
This event will take place online via Zoom. Captions will be available.TIMINGS
The webinar will run for approximately 40 minutes, with 20 minutes at the end for questions.SPEAKERS
This webinar will be led by Arunava Banerjee CISM: Cyber Risk Consulting Lead, Zurich Resilience Solutions, Zurich Insurance. Arun is responsible for shaping the cyber risk and resilience support for both insured and non-insured clients across multiple sectors. He provides consultancy for clients to help improve their cyber resilience and navigate the hard cyber insurance market as well as supporting the cyber underwriters to better understand the cyber risks of large and complex client environments. He is the chair of Zurich’s Cyber Global Risk Engineering Technical Centre.