Incident Response for Nonprofits
This workshop will help you gain an understanding of what incident response is, and why a plan for it should be a key component of your organization’s policies & procedures.
While the focus will be on the technical side of things, this session will show why an incident response plan can be much broader and cover areas that impact all aspects of your organization’s work.
Step Up Suncoast
Colin Boyle is a Navy veteran and has a degree in history from New College of Florida. He is currently taking his 22nd gap year before going to grad school.
Since there wasn’t a huge market for historians, he started doing IT work. He has worked for a variety of nonprofits as well as VARs, MSPs, and SAAS shops.
Colin is currently the IT Director for Step Up Suncoast, an anti-poverty non-profit in Sarasota, Florida.
Information Technology Director
Advancing Justice Los Angeles
Ken Montenegro is a technologist with twenty years of experience working with nonprofit and social change groups to securely leverage technology for their mission-driven work. Ken also holds a law degree.
He has been employed by Asian Americans Advancing Justice Los Angeles; Homeless Healthcare Los Angeles; Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles; Maternal and Child Health Access; and the Northeast Valley Health Corporation. He has also worked with numerous other groups on a contract basis. Ken is also a board member of the Immigrant Defenders Law Center; the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN); and is National Vice President of the National Lawyers Guild.
Ken brings a commitment to meaningful social change and insight on areas of compliance and security that are not theoretical but experience based. He also brings a passion for understanding process because people power is the foundation of impactful technology adoption.
Ken was born, raised, and remains rooted in Los Angeles. You can learn more about him at https://www.comeuppance.net.
As the Chief Technology Officer at Community IT, Matthew Eshleman is responsible for shaping Community IT’s strategy in assessing and recommending technology solutions to clients. With a deep background in network infrastructure technology he fundamentally understands how technology works and interoperates both in the office and in the cloud.
Matt joined Community IT as an intern in the summer of 2000 and after finishing his dual degrees in Computer Science and Computer Information Systems at Eastern Mennonite University he rejoined Community IT as a network administrator in January of 2001. Matt has steadily progressed up at Community IT and while working full time received his MBA from the Carey School of Business at Johns Hopkins University.
Matt is a frequent speaker at NTEN events and has presented at the Inside NGO conference and Non-Profit Risk Management Summit. He lives in Baltimore MD with his wife, daughter and son. Matt is an active member of the Baltimore Choral Arts Society and a foster parent.
Security Team Lead
American Technology Services, Inc.
Chris Schoenwetter leads a team of security engineers for American Technology Services, a leading technology consulting firm headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia. His team is responsible for performing security assessments, implementing security controls and monitoring their client’s IT environments to detect attacks and avoid data breaches. He often works with nonprofit IT Directors, Executive Directors and boards to develop and implement sound security strategies.
Chris frequently speaks about cybersecurity trends at conferences and on webinars for ATS or it’s clients. He frequently writes about emerging trends and provides detailed advisories on high-impact cybersecurity news for his company’s blog. When he’s not helping nonprofits stay out of the news you can typically find Chris running around his adopted hometown of Raleigh, NC.