Charity organisations are an increasingly popular target for cyber criminals and are particularly vulnerable to disruptive attacks such as ransomware due to the critical nature of their work. In this webinar, Flow Communication's Etienne Greef will consider the threats facing charities while Cristian Alfaro, Enterprise Technology Manager at Save the Children, will explain how the organisation worked to address their cyber security concerns, avoiding more than 100,000 attempted malware infections per month.
Global Enterprise Technology Manager, Save the Children
Cristian has over 18 years experience in the IT Sector. His professional focus pertains to infrastructure, network and endpoint management and the Humanitarian Response sector. His current role at Save the Children International entails managing all Cloud server infrastructure, global networks and Humanitarian Technology, serving approximately 17000 users in 55+ countries with a team of 10 people.
CEO, Flow Communications
Etienne is one of the early pioneers of the information security industry. He has spent over 20 years promoting the innovative use of technology and services to solve complex customer issues: founding, growing and successfully exiting a number of information security businesses.
Our new case study with Save the Children documents how this global charity regained control of their extensive IT estate, while Flow's e-book documents the risks facing charities.
Flow Communications is a network and security solutions provider focused on addressing the IT demands of the UK’s leading corporations. They've developed strategic relationships with global vendors to provide the optimum solutions to customer requirements.
F-Secure is Europe’s largest cyber security company. Our portfolio includes products and services ranging from threat prediction and prevention to detection and response. We have over 100,000 satisfied corporate customers, including top banks, airlines, and enterprises.