- 11 Oct, 2019
- Time: 11:40am
- Locations: Mercure Brisbane
- Speaker: Hosted by Nathan Bradbury, Chief Operating Officer, SureBridge and Presented by Geoff Morrison, Sales Engineer, Sophos
Many volunteer-involving organisations have not considered cyber security, often due to lack of experience, resources and time, which unfortunately creates vulnerabilities within an organisation. It is not only large businesses and government agencies that can be targeted by cyber attacks – volunteer-involving organisations, large and small, can sadly fall victim too. And it’s often our organisations that have weaker defences.
Volunteering Queensland has heard about a rise in phishing emails among its members. These emails are designed to steal your login details and illegally access your IT systems. This can do some serious damage to your data and your reputation when the hackers gain access to your environment via these particular phishing methods. It can put your email contacts, your confidential work files, and the personal information of your volunteers at risk.
In this session SureBridge & Sophos will cover an overview of the latest cyber security threats and trends, what can a hacker do in 5 minutes, what you can do to protect yourself and your organisation, with some key take away messages to be had.
You don’t need to be an IT expert to attend this session. It is sure to be eye-opening for volunteer managers who want to keep their volunteer program safe and secure.