Cybersecurity and fraud: what not-for-profits need to know

The Charity Commission has recently warned charities about the risks of internal fraud and cybercrime. According to the Office for National Statistics there were 4.7 million fraud and cybercrime incidents in 2017. It’s increasingly important that charities implement the right controls and training to keep up-to-date with this continuously evolving branch of criminal activity, to minimise the risk of falling victim to cybercrime and fraud.

Santander and Bates Wells Braithwaite present an educational seminar hosted by Santander’s Cyber Crime Unit’s head security consultant, Paul Sudbury, along with Rob Oakley and Mindy Jhittay of BWB’s dispute resolution team. We will provide you with some practical guidance how to protect your organisation from cybercrime and fraud and, should your organisation become a victim, what steps to take in the short and medium term.


3.30pm: Registration, networking and coffee
4.00pm: Seminar
5.15pm: Drinks and networking.

Please note that as this is a joint event, your personal information will be shared with Santander for the purpose of administering the event, including communicating about the event. You can find Santander's privacy notice, which explains how they will handle your personal information, here. Click here for BWB's privacy notice.