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Information Security in the Third Sector

Why does a charity need security? What do they have to protect? Who would want to attack them? How do they protect themselves? What resources do they have? What else can they do?
Recorded Jun 14 2016 32 mins
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Brian Shorten, Chairman of Charities Security Forum
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