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Cyber Security Training for Community Groups

Cyber Security Training Events are aimed specifically at community halls and community groups across Derbyshire.  

Cyber security is an important issue for all charities and voluntary organisations using IT because they generally hold sensitive personal data on donors, volunteers or service users. 

These events are for any group using online processes to administer their organisation. There are lots of simple steps you can take to improve your online safety and reduce your risk of becoming a victim of cybercrime.

RAD is hosting three events around Derbyshire; each event will cover: 

  • Why Cyber Security is important - Tracy Coates, Senior Community Safety Officer, Derbyshire County Council 
  • How to protect your group online Jodie Nevin, Cyber Protect Officer, Derbyshire Constabulary 
  • Digital Marketing - Emma Simpson, Marketing & Communications Officer, RAD  
  • Online Data Protection (GDPR) - Helena Stubbs, Community Buildings Officer, RAD 

Cyber security is any strategy, processes, practices or technologies that organisations have in place to secure their networks, computers or other devices, and the data they hold, from damage, attack or unauthorised access.

Stretton Village Hall (Nr Alfreton) -  Wednesday 9 October  9.30am -  12.30pm

Hulland Ward Millennium Hall - Monday 14 October             9.30am 12.30pm

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