Third Sector Cyber Catalyst Group report: 2020
Report highlighting the group’s role, achievements and plans to support cyber resilience.
The cross-sectoral Third Sector Cyber Catalyst Group was set up in 2018 to help support and empower charities to be more cyber resilient.
The attached report provides more detail about the Group's work.
Third sector cyber catalyst group report: 2020, 8 page PDF, 929.0 kB
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