FREE Cyber Crime Conference for Voluntary and Community Sector - 2nd November 2018 Image by Sergi Kabrera on Unsplash

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Derbyshire, Hardyal Dhindsa would like to Invite you to a FREE conference to raise awareness of cybercrime threats to the Voluntary and Community Sector and provide advice on how to prevent them.

#Derbyshire Online Supporting the Voluntary Sector in the Digital Age

Friday 2nd November 2018 9.30am – 4.00pm at The Post Mill Centre, South Normanton

Aims of the Day:

#Derbyshire Online - Supporting the Voluntary Sector in the Digital Age is a FREE, informative conference designed to bring together charities and voluntary organisations to highlight the everyday cyber risks that your organisation faces and provide advice to protect your organisation’s funds, personal data and other information that is attractive to cyber criminals. Throughout the day, experts from industry and the police demonstrate the simple steps you can take to protect your charity and yourselves online.

You will:
  • Appreciate how technology can promote and support the work of your charity
  • Understand the threat of cybercrime to the voluntary sector
  • Know how to improve your cyber security in order to protect your charity’s data, assets and reputation 
  • Learn basic online safety practices that will help protect yourself, your staff, your volunteers, your trustees and your service users
Who Should Attend?

This event is aimed at Trustees, Managers and Team Leaders within charities and voluntary organisations in Derbyshire. A maximum of two places are available per organisation.

How To Book:

Bookings are via the online booking system at

Places will be filled on a first come first served basis, so please book early to avoid disappointment.

The final closing date to book is Friday 19th October 2018.


If you have any questions about the event, please email [email protected]