Resources for NGOs

Every day we hear news about data breaches and stolen data. The world of cybercrime is like technology itself — every year brings new trends, new innovations, and new tools. To keep your organization safe online, one of the best things you can do is stay educated on the litany of threats. As an NGO, keeping information confidential and free from integrity and privacy challenges, as well as ensuring your systems are functional and up-to-date, are important to your operations — and to those you serve. To provide NGOs with useful information to protect themselves,  highly qualified professionals from CMS Cameron McKenna, Avast, and BNP Paribas have provided free guides in the field of cybersecurity.

Overview of Cybersecurity for NGOs

Overview of cybersecurity from BNP Paribas

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Cybersecurity in Hong Kong

FAQs on cybersecurity for organizations in Hong Kong

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How to Address and Survive Personal Data Breaches

A presentation by CMS

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Basics of Cybersecurity for NGOs

Plus a Self Assessment Form. Presented by Avast

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Self-Assessment

The kinds of questions to ask yourself ….

  • On a scale from 1 to 10, how would you rate your Cybersecurity awareness?
  • Do you work from home office now that the effects of pandemic are changing the classical workplace we are used to?
  • Has your organization changed contracts, policies, and protocols since then?
  • Have you ever been affected by a personal data breach or data protection incident?

 

For a more complete self-assessment exercise, view these guidelines.

Cybersecurity Matrix from Avast

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