Medway Volunteer Network

Read More >

2020 Training Brochure - Voluntary and Education Sector

View Now >

2020 Training Brochure - Private Sector

View Now >
Mental Capacity Act (MCA)
Mental Capacity Act (MCA)
Providers of social care need to comply with the......read more

14-Oct-2020Inclusivity and Empowerment – Next Phase of ‘My Whole Self’ by Mental Health First Aid National organisation Mental Health First Aid recently launched new resources as part of their continued efforts to the My Whole S..

Protecting your Charity from the Dark Web - Charity Digital answers your Questions

06-Aug-2020


Newscaster Charity Digital has recently published an article to help charities understand and defend against the threat of the Dark Web.

We are all aware that the internet is now so big it is beyond our grasp or understanding. Let’s just agree it’s massive.

We know about YouTube, we know about Google, Facebook and eBay, more recently the likes of Instagram and Tik Tok. But what many of us often don’t realise is how much deeper the internet goes beyond those respectable and recognisable websites.

The elusive dark web is something we’ve often heard about, but very few people properly understand what it is or, more importantly, how dangerous it can be.

Amongst the many aspects or concerns about this electronic (and secret) landscape, one of the main worries is the various kinds of personal data and information on individuals that ends up on the dark web - Which are often traded between cybercriminals and often used for fraud and online attacks.

Newscaster Charity Digital are looking to address this with their article covering what charities can do to prevent a serious data breach or cyber-attack on the Dark Web.

To read the article, visit the Charity Digital website.

 


Comment

No Very





Captcha Image