Speaker: Mr Brian Shorten, Chairman, Charities Security Forum

Event Details:
Charities are the forgotten sector, so what risks do they face?

Charities have limited budgets and resources, but what measures can they take to protect themselves?

Can anyone else help?

About the speaker:

Brian is a Fellow of the British Computer Society, a Freeman of the City of London and has an MSc degree in Information Security from the University of London.

He holds a CISSP and has held CISA and CISM qualifications. He was an early member of the Business Continuity Institute (MBCI) with the membership no. of 346.

After over 30 years in Information Security, Business Continuity, and Risk across the finance, telecoms and charity sectors, Brian 2012 became Brian the full-time Chairman of the Charities Security Forum (CSF) which he co-founded in 2007.

He presents on many aspects of Information Security, especially for the charity/not for profit sector, concentrating on the people side.

Event Recording

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Video and slides


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Date and time
Tuesday 8 January, 6:00pm - 7:30pm
BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT
The Davidson Building
5 Southampton Street