Webinar | Part 3: The Digital World of Charities - 23 July 2020



Join us for our third webinar in our COVID-19 'Helping your charity make the shift to Revive and Thrive' series, which brings together some of our specialist charity advisors from across the UK, focusing on the Digital World of Charities.


Our expert advisors will cover areas, including:

Cyber Security – you must be prepared

During the last 3 month so much has changed for charities and they have been pushed even further into the world of digital. In this session we will look at what Charities need to do to ensure they are safe and secure: 

  • Cyber Security 
  • GDPR and working remotely  
  • Today’s hot topics catching Charities out

Evolution of your Risk Register

As the UK Government lifts lockdown restrictions and begins to return to ‘business as usual’, we look again at the risk register. How it anticipated the problems faced in the last three months and how it should evolve to deal with the emerging risks that organisations should now be considering, from remote working and loss of funding, or cyber-attacks to fraud.

Serious incidents and whistleblowing 

Charity commission guidance on serious incidents and OSCR guidance on notifiable events has been updated recently and the number of reports being made are on the increase. This session will provide an overview of the guidance, together with an indication of what might happen after you have made a report and when whistleblowing may arise.

This webinar will run for an hour and following the session, there will be the opportunity to ask our panel questions.

If you would like to join our webinar, please register here or click on the button below. If you have issues accessing our webinar, please contact Leanne Green.

Join our webinar

Webinar Details

Thursday 23 July 2020

Format and timings
12:00pm Start
13:00pm Finish
(There will be a Q&A session)

Link to Webinar
Register here

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Digital in the Third Sector Guide

Our first Digital in the Third Sector guide is also available to download.

This guide pulls together the main considerations for your Charity, on your digital journey, covering: 

  • The Key Competencies of a Digital Trustee
  • The Charity Digital Code of Practice
  • The Digital considerations for Trustees
  • Are you on the world’s third-most visited website?



We are here to help

In the meantime, if you would like to discuss the webinar topic or would like to arrange a call with a member of the team to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on your organisation, please get in touch with your local Wilkins Kennedy contact

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