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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Data protection

Heledd Lloyd-Jones looks at the pitfalls of data storage and urges charity boards to take active steps to minimise security breaches. 

Using data capture software to improve clinical trials

Kirsty Weakley looks at how Cancer Research UK is using data capture software to help it find new treatments for cancer patients, and rounds up the latest IT new business wins.

Rose Bray, Steve Raw, Ned Younger and Tania Mason

Charityworks - the voluntary sector's graduate recruitment programme, has been running for more than six years with nearly 100 charities and housing associations taking part.  Tania Mason spoke to some of those involved.

Technology for the fundraiser

In a sector not known for its stellar uptake of new technology, some fundraising teams are pioneering efforts to seek out digital solutions, finds Stephen Cotterill.

How Mercy Ships is steaming into the future with a new website

Kirsty Weakley looks at Mercy Ships' new website and other IT new business highlights in April.

Social media

A British Council poll recently declared the invention of the internet the most momentous event of the last eight decades. But what are the implications for trustees?

Social media

Social media is here to stay. Roberta Doyle weighs up the positive and negative aspects that trustees should be aware of.

Data protection

As the number of fines increases, data protection is becoming an increasingly important issue for boards, writes Andrew Gallie.

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