Cybersecurity is critical for organizations of all sizes and designations. Yet staff not formally trained in technology, privacy, and security are often responsible for confidential data and budgeting.
As we digitize our organizations, our need for cybersecurity increases. By learning about, investing in, and implementing cybersecurity practices, we can work to keep our organizations healthy and fulfill our missions.
This course will examine internal systems and cybersecurity components while using a tool to assess your organization’s current practices and prioritize future goals. Additionally, we’ll discuss ways to obtain buy-in and funding and brainstorm ideas for implementing cybersecurity practices that address issues without being too burdensome for your users.
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Members $125/Non-members $250
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Review your organization’s risk and compliance requirements.
Explore the tools, systems, and practices that can improve security and learn how to implement them.
Develop a strategy to address immediate concerns and plan for the future.
Cybersecurity is both critical and constantly evolving. Come learn current cybersecurity practices while assessing your organization and creating or updating your nonprofit’s cybersecurity plan.- Instructor Audra Hurd
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