Read on for the full e-newsletter from VANEL for 25th February 2019
News from and about VANEL
A CALL for North East Lincolnshire residents to unite and combat loneliness was made at a special event, which brought people together and made Blue Monday bright and cheerful for all.
The Bright Blue Monday event was held at Cleethorpes’ Moon on the Water on January 21st and was a huge success. Read on for our story from the day.
Do you know how to protect your organisation against a cyber-attack? Have you thought about the risks to your business if you were hacked, phished or your online presence crashed? VANEL is running this free training created by the National Cyber Security Centre specifically catering to small charities and community groups to help you understand cyber security and apply practical solutions that will keep you safe online. Wed 27th Feb pm, Cleethorpes. Places limited. Read on for lots more information.,
Make it your New Year’s Resolution to do something about Cyber Security during 2019 to protect your charity or non-profit from attack.
Cyber security concerns the risks to our computers, data and finance that is posed by hacking, fraud, phishing, scamming and more. Reports indicate that the charitable sector is very unprepared. VANEL is working with partners to try and help our sector understand and prepare for these cyber risks. Read on to be kept informed…
Community Emergency Resilience Teams (CERT) are being formed through the Blue Lights Brigade using volunteers to prepare to help our communities should an emergency require it. Find out about how the first dozen CERT volunteers are doing on their training programme…
A Youth Group is giving young people from Grimsby’s West Marsh a chance to socialise, be creative and get up and active and is helping to reduce crime on the estate, as well as providing a vital opportunity for children to mix with community leaders. Read on to find out more.