How a charity can avoid falling foul of cyber crime and data breaches
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How a charity can avoid falling foul of cyber crime and data breaches

1 May 2015 | Ian Allsop

How can charities address the emerging area of cyber risks? Charity Finance convened a panel of interested parties, with Ian Allsop monitoring their responses.

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In tough economic times, more and more organisations are looking to merge, but what does this mean for their IT infrastructure? Gareth Jones takes a look at two examples.

The IT list: Arts and culture

In each issue Civil Society IT approaches charities of varying sizes and asks them what software and service providers they use for different tasks. This month’s focus is on arts and culture charities.

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