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    06 Nov 2020
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Managing Risks in a Digital World

The risks and challenges facing charities are ever growing, even more so in a digital world that is constantly evolving. Embracing digital change may help to boost your charity’s income, raise its profile and bring with it additional opportunities, however, it may also bring an increased level of risk which, if not managed appropriately, can cause catastrophic consequences. 

The Charity Digital Code of Practice lists ‘Managing Risk and Ethics; weighing up possible hazards’ as one of its principles. Within the code it notes the following as best practice for all charities, regardless of their size. 

Find out more in issue two of our 'Digital in the Third Sector' guide here.  

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The benefits that digital platforms and technology solutions can bring to your charity are numerous and continually evolving, it is crucial that charities embrace these changes. However, it is crucial to ensure that charities recognise that these developments should fit with their core ethics and that risks are robustly and continuously addressed. 

If you have any queries regarding what we cover in our guide, please get in touch with your usual contact or email charities@azets.co.uk. 

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