With cyber crime on the rise, under the EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), protecting the sensitive data and vulnerable young people in our care has never been more important. However, prioritizing cyber security is difficult without adequate resources or expertise. A successful cyber attack can cause major damage to your organization and disrupting systems and networks, it can be expensive to fix, compromise safeguarding, seriously damage your reputation and, lead to fines. Fortunately, following some simple and low-cost steps can dramatically reduce the risk of attack, and reassure others that you take data protection seriously.
i) Professional certification training
ii) Students & Staff awareness training
iii) Testing the vulnerabilities of applications and networks