23 episodes

Bite-sized information about cybersecurity for not-for-profit boards and leaders. In each episode we help leaders of not-for-profits to understand the information security risks to their organisations and they leave with at least one actionable insight that they can put into practice. It also features interviews with not-for-profit leaders sharing their cybersecurity journey, insights and lessons learned.

Cybility Savvy Michala Liavaag

    • Business

Bite-sized information about cybersecurity for not-for-profit boards and leaders. In each episode we help leaders of not-for-profits to understand the information security risks to their organisations and they leave with at least one actionable insight that they can put into practice. It also features interviews with not-for-profit leaders sharing their cybersecurity journey, insights and lessons learned.

    Season 2 is coming

    Season 2 is coming

    As you may have noticed, we took a little break on the show, and are gearing up for season 2. 
    We took the season break to reflect on what went well and what we could improve upon. 

    In our next season we’ll deliver more bite-sized episodes, with easy-to-digest, actionable hints and tips covering topics such as: understanding and managing cyber risks, cyber security governance, the role and responsibilities of leaders and much more.

    • 1 min
    E19- In conversation with Sabrina Segal- How should charities manage risk?

    E19- In conversation with Sabrina Segal- How should charities manage risk?

    📝Show notes:
    How should charities manage risk?
    Michala Liavaag and Sabrina Segal talk about risk management in the not-for-profit sector: how it intersects with cybersecurity; cultural elements to risk; doing objective centred risk management; risk as opportunity; and more.
    Sabrina is currently the Global Head of Integrity, Risk, and Compliance Support Services at JA Worldwide, a nonprofit focused on supporting entrepreneurship, financial literacy, and work skills readiness to young people around the globe.   
     
    Sabrina is a licensed attorney, Certified Fraud Examiner, and has more than 15 years of experience in the nonprofit sector in various leadership roles across support services and program design and delivery.
     
    Sabrina's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/smsegal/
    👉 Cited in this episode: 
    Tim Leech LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tim-leech-01950013/  
    Warren Black LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/warren-black-62546415/
    Elliot S. Schreiber LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elliot-s-schreiber-ph-d-17858510/
     
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    🤝Connect with Michala and Cybility Savvy:
    ✅ LinkedIn ✅ Twitter ✅ Youtube ✅ Instagram 
     
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    ✍🏾Written and produced by Michala Liavaag
    🎦Co-produced and edited by Ana Garner video
    🎵Music by CFO Garner

    • 47 min
    E18- Small and Medium organisations need cybersecurity too- In conversation with Chris White

    E18- Small and Medium organisations need cybersecurity too- In conversation with Chris White

    📝Show notes:
    What help is available for small organisations to counter cyber threats?
    In this episode Michala Liavaag and Chris White explore several aspects of cybersecurity for small and medium organisations. Chris White is a detective inspector, working in the South East Regional Organised Crime Unit as a Police Cyber Security Advisor and Prevent Sergeant.  
    More recently, Chris joined the cyber resilience centre for the South East as Head of Cyber and Innovation. This is part of the National Police Chief’s Council - National Cybercrime Programme; a not for profit, police, private & academic partnership tackling cybercrime by providing a solution to help charities, businesses, SMEs & micro businesses to protect themselves in this digital age.
    👉 Cited in this episode: 
     Cyber Resilience Centre for the South East - https://bit.ly/Cybility2SECRC
    UK Safer Internet Centre - https://bit.ly/Cybility2SaferInternet
    EU Better Internet for Kids - https://bit.ly/Cybility2BIKportal
    Internet safety for children - https://bit.ly/Cybility2SafeguardingChildren
      
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    🤝Connect with Michala and Cybility Savvy:
    ✅ LinkedIn ✅ Twitter ✅ Youtube ✅ Instagram 
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    ✍🏾Written and produced by Michala Liavaag
    🎦Co-produced and edited by Ana Garner video
    🎵Music by CFO Garner

    • 50 min
    E17- IG and DP in healthcare- In Conversation with Barry Moult

    E17- IG and DP in healthcare- In Conversation with Barry Moult

    📝Show notes:
    What does an 'Information Governance' professional do anyway?
    In this episode Michala Liavaag and Barry Moult explore several aspects of information governance and data protection in the healthcare sector. They also present the newly created Data Protection & Information Governance level 4 apprenticeship. 
    Barry is an award-winning Information Governance Consultant at BGM IG Limited, best known for his work promoting the importance of information governance and knowledge sharing in the NHS.  He now works as the DPO for GP practices, hospices, and private healthcare providers. In 2020 he won the coveted ICO Excellence in Data Protection Award 2020 and followed up with winning the NHS Strategic Information Governance Network Professional of the Year in November 2021.
     Barry's website: https://bit.ly/Cybility2BLM-IGP


    👉 Cited in this episode: 
      Data Protection and Information Governance Practitioner Apprenticeship: https://bit.ly/Cybility2SPIGapprenticeship NHS Information Governance Portal https://bit.ly/Cybility2NHSIG NHS Strategic IG Network contacts https://bit.ly/Cybility2NHSSIGNUK Caldicott Guardian Council https://bit.ly/Cybility2UKCGC Book The rules of cycling Data protection Diaries https://bit.ly/Cybility2DPDiaries  -----
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    🤝Connect with Michala and Cybility Savvy:
    ✅ LinkedIn ✅ Twitter ✅ Youtube ✅ Instagram 
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    ✍🏾Written and produced by Michala Liavaag
    🎦Co-produced and edited by Ana Garner video
    🎵Music by CFO Garner

    • 43 min
    E16- Why managing digital identities is important?

    E16- Why managing digital identities is important?

    📝Show notes:
    Are you tired of password resets after a data breach?  Your usernames and passwords are still one of the most valuable things about you - to cybercriminals that is.  
    Identity-related breaches are ubiquitous and preventable, whether you are an individual, a small business, or a Fortune 500 organisation. 
    In this episode Michala Liavaag lifts the cover off identity and access management. 
    You can get additional resources from our website: http://www.cybilitysavvy.co.uk
    #IDMgmtDay2022 #BeIdentitySmart #CybilitySavvy #CyberSecurity #InfoSec #Charities #NonProfit #NED #CEO 
     
    👉 Cited in this episode: 
     Stay Safe Online Identity Management Day - https://bit.ly/Cybility2IMD2022
    IBM Cost of a Data Breach report 2021 -  https://ibm.co/3v7Fcv4
    UK Government Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2022 - https://bit.ly/Cybility2CSBS2022

    Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report 2021 - https://vz.to/3JzK2GJ
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    🤝Connect with Michala and Cybility Savvy:
    ✅ LinkedIn ✅ Twitter ✅ Youtube ✅ Instagram 
     

    • 6 min
    E15-In conversation with Sarah Harriott: Cybersecurity and Corporate Governance in Local Government

    E15-In conversation with Sarah Harriott: Cybersecurity and Corporate Governance in Local Government

    📝Show notes:
    Does diversity in cybersecurity and corporate governance matter? 
    In this episode Michala Liavaag invites Sarah Harriott to speak candidly about the reality of working as a black woman in law and corporate governance, the challenges of getting on boards and as always - they discuss her journey to becoming a cyber savvy leader from the corporate governance perspective. 
    Sarah Harriott is an experienced solicitor with a background in litigation. She now specialises in Corporate Governance and provides support to Information Governance at Coventry City Council. 
    Sarah's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarah-harriott-5103b4223/
    👉 Cited in this episode: 
    The Law Society's Race for inclusion report: https://www.lawsociety.org.uk/en/topics/research/race-for-inclusion-the-experiences-of-black-asian-and-minority-ethnic-solicitors
    Action for Trustee Racial Diversity: https://atrd.group/
    Getting on board charity: https://www.gettingonboard.org/
    Book The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, by Stephen Covey Quietly Visible- Book and podcast by Carol Stewart: https://bit.ly/Cybility2QuietlyVisible
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    📃Transcription 
    🤝Connect with Michala and Cybility Savvy:
    ✅ LinkedIn ✅ Twitter ✅ Youtube ✅ Instagram 
     
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    ✍🏾Written and produced by Michala Liavaag
    🎦Co-produced and edited by Ana Garner video
    🎵Music by CFO Garner

    • 42 min