Product Spotlight: What Would an Attacker Do? Know Your Risks to Protect Your Nonprofit

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Event Details

According to the FBI and the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, a consumer information and advocacy group, nonprofit organizations, colleges and universities are most susceptible to security incidents that lead to identity theft. Just like any organization, nonprofits have a strong web presence and conduct almost all of their activities electronically. Although nonprofit organizations face the same information security threats as any other organization, most do not have the same resources available to most businesses. Nonprofits must first identify the risks to their data and information assets to mitigate them effectively.

In this webinar, participants will learn

  • Qualitative and quantitative risk analysis techniques that can be used to identify and quantify both accidental and malicious threats to computer systems within an organization
  • Strategies and policies that are cost effective to secure your systems and information

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About the Presenter

Dr. Faisal Abdullah

Faisal Abdullah is an Associate Professor of Management Information Systems and the Director of the Master of Science in Information Security Program (campus and online) at Lewis University in Romeoville, IL. He is an information security specialist and a multi-disciplinary educator. His teaching and research interests include computer forensics, e-discovery, database security strategies, information security risk analysis and management of information security. He has an understanding of regulations such as SOX, GLBA, HIPPA and FSGA and security frameworks like ISO 27000, NIST controls, and COBIT. He has in-depth knowledge of quantitative, qualitative, and hybrid risk assessment procedures and disaster recovery planning. He is also a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).

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