CSF Conference – THINK:CHARITY, London

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 28/03/2014
All Day

Location
KPMG

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THINK:Charity presented by Charities Security Forum

Raise Employee Awareness, Fight The Latest Threats and Secure Your Perimeter Defences and Donations.

28th March 2014 | KPMG, Salisbury Square, London.

THINK:Charity is a one-day event tailored for security and information risk professionals from the charity sector to discuss THREATS, HUMAN-FACTORS and IMPLEMENTATION throught NETWORKING and KNOWLEDGE.

Approximately half the charities had failed to disable USB ports and DVD/CD drives on computers to prevent unauthorised removal of personal data using portable media or the upload of malicious code to the network” ICO study 2012/2013

The only independant event bringing together the industry to share a wealth of knowledge that exists within this group of peers. Created for the industry by the industry.

**SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: All attending charity organisations will be entered in to a draw to win 10% of the event proceeds as a charitable donation.  The draw will take place live at the event and be presented to the winning charity at the end of the day**

                                                                         Confirmed Speakers

Martyn Croft | Co-Founder | Charities Security Forum

Brian Shorten | Chairman | Charities Security Forum

Stewart Room | Information Security Lawyer | Field Fisher Waterhouse

Richard Atkinson | CIO | JustGiving

Barry Alston | Head of Information Security | Victim Support

Andy Williams | CIO | Save The Children International

Mary Cadagin | CIO | The Open Society Foundation

Philip Virgo | Chairman | Security Panel, Worshipful Company Of Information Technologists

Detective Superintedent David Clark | Director | National Fraud Intelligence Bureau

Stewart Room |Data Protection, Privacy & Security Lawyer | Field Fisher Waterhouse

The THINK event will ensure third sector organisations are kept up to date on the latest attack vectors and adapt their policies and solutions accordingly.  Smaller charities are particularly vulnerable and in light of this, the sharing of expertise, pooling resources and cooperation will be high on the agenda.

Raise Employee Awareness, Fight The Latest Threats and Secure Your Perimeter Defences and Donations:

  • Motivations behind attacks.  Discuss the latest attacks and what was behind them to understand what the triggers are and mitigate these risks.
  • Resources.  Share ideas on pooling your resources to ensure guidelines and legislation is adhered to.
  • Volunteers and staff turnover.  Create policies for temporary staff without jeopardising charity gains.
  • Types of threats and their impacts.  Learns from and dissect recent attacks of charities, public and private sector organisations.
  • Technologies and solutions.  Hear form the experts and what research was undertaken to come to the conclusion these solutions are needed.

 

 

NB: Please note that as we produce the events a few weeks in advance, speakers some times change due to unforseen circumstances. In these cases, we will do every effort to replace the speakers, however sometimes this is not possible.

 

Cancellation Policy

 All cancellations for paying delegates must be made in writing to cancellations@get-stuff-done.co.uk  and received by us no later than 14 calendar days before the conference. It is the booker’s responsibility to ensure that we have received the cancellation. We always acknowledge cancellations via email. Cancellations received before the 10th of March 2014 are subject to a handling and administration fee of £10 per delegate, which will be deducted from any due refund.  Cancellations received after the 10th March 2014 are subject to a handling fee of £25 per delegate, which will be deducted from any due refund.

A direct substitute delegate can be nominated at any point.  Approval of nominated substitute delegates made on the day of the conference are made at the organiser’s discretion only.  There will be no refund for delegates who do not show up on the day of the conference.

GSD will not offer refunds to delegates due to a terrorist alert or incident or the curtailment of public transport unless the conference is cancelled. In this instance, GSD will retain up to 50% of the conference fee to cover marketing, administration and delegate registration costs.