If you hold member data, you’re a target for hackers. And chances are, you’re an easy target. On average, the cost to a small club or organisation of a successful cyber attack is around £10,000. But with the launch of our strategic partnership with DeCyber, it’s now affordable and easy to become protected.

Organisations from dance schools to professional rugby clubs are increasingly under threat from cyber criminals and the financial losses, fines and reputational damage resulting from a hack can destroy a small club. Not only would that club have to deal with monetary losses, but it’d have to convince members to continue to trust it with their data, and divert staff time towards rebuilding the database and get it back online.
DeCyber’s new platform gives clubs a free Cyber Health Check and a selection of bespoke cyber security packages starting at just £100/year. These packages make breaches much less likely, and include cyber insurance and 24/7 incident response to help clubs deal with the fallout should a breach occur.
Its aim is to make cyber simple. So don’t worry if you don’t know your scammers from your spammers - DeCyber is there to help. It has put together a jargon-busting list of common cyber terms and what they mean that you can read here.
Find out more about the partnership here or take a health check here.

DeCyber is also supporting our Community Sport and Recreation Awards as sponsor of our Youth Development Award. at Tickets are still available for our Awards lunch on 15 March at Edgbaston Stadium, Birmingham. 


With the Mental Health Charter for Sport and Recreation celebrating it's fourth anniversary this month, we're taking a look at the wide range of work going on in the sector around mental health from grassroots to the elite level.

Take a look at the latest case study England Athletics shared with us to get you thinking about how you can help make a difference.
 #RunAndTalk is an England Athletics initiative supported by Mind, the mental health charity, which aims to improve mental health through running in England. Their short film features some of their participants' frank feelings and the huge beneficial impact physical activity is having on their lives. 

Organisations are supporting participants, volunteers and employees whilst creating a culture shift that removes the stigma around mental health. We're proud to say that we have 359 signatories all working to embed mental wellbeing into their programmes. If you haven't already, check out our training and resources page which will give you guidance on how to get started. 


Location: London
Organisation: Sport and Recreation Alliance
Salary: Circa £27,000
Closing Date: 31 March 2019
Location: Nationwide
Organisation: British Swimming
Salary: £45,000 - £55,000
Closing Date: 18 March 2019
Location: London
Organisation: City of Westminster
Salary: £32,592 - £46,347
Closing Date: 28 March 2019
Location: London
Organisation: DMC Sport
Salary: £20,000 - £27,000
Closing Date: 22 March 2019
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