The Breast Cancer Now Story

Protecting what's important

Merging with Breast Cancer Care in 2019, Breast Cancer Now is the UK’s largest breast cancer research charity. It focuses on making a world where everyone who develops breast cancer will live, and live well, a reality by 2050. To this end, the organisation is funding almost £25 million worth of cutting-edge research and directly supporting nearly 380 scientists. The organisation collects a variety of donations through gifts, fundraising, corporate partnerships, special events and more.

Given that Breast Cancer Now handles the personal and financial details of thousands of donors, data protection is a huge priority for the organisation. A data breach is a reputational risk that could have a significant negative impact on the charity’s future fundraising activities and its ability to deliver on its goals.

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INTERNATIONAL CONSULTING FIRM

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UK Charity

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