IT Security Best Practices
Data security that is too difficult to use is no data security at all. Poorly implemented disaster recovery plans give false security. Tangible losses due to data breaches and system failures can be dwarfed by damages to reputation, good will, and trust. Learn some clear and simple best practices to secure your nonprofit organization:
- Understand the three components of data security.
- Learn how to quantify your risk, and the immediate actions and plans that you can take to mitigate the risks.
- Build Disaster Recovery and Business Resumption into your standard operating procedures.
- Review Authentication and Identity Management to keep your data safe.
- Quantify what is at risk
- Build a simple incident response plan for a data breach or IT incident
- How to implement Authentication and Identity Management (AIM) for Nonprofits
ECHO Technology Solutions
Mike has implemented or worked on disaster recovery and business resumptions plans at over forty companies, agencies, and nonprofits. Mike has been involved with IT and cybersecurity for over 25 years.
Nonprofit Success Program Manager
Adam has the privilege of pursuing positive social impact by creatively deploying Okta’s products and services. He currently manages Okta’s product philanthropy, nonprofit demand generation, employee pro bono, and nonprofit customer success programs. Prior to Okta, he spent 10 years in the education sector and is passionate about quality instruction, student data privacy, and educational equity. Adam studied history at Pitzer College, earned a master’s degree in education policy and management from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and is an MBA candidate at the UC Berkeley-Haas School of Business. He also has a couple of really cute kids and a very understanding wife.
ECHO Technology Solutions
Sejo is the founder and CEO of ECHO Technology Solutions, a firm focused on improving nonprofit’s impact through technology.
Sejo believes that technology is one of the best things that happened to nonprofit world and is primarily focused on the topic of IT management.
While not skiing, Sejo serves on the board of The Arc San Francisco (http://www.thearcsf.org) and consults numerous organization as their part time CIO.
I am very excited to be in Portland!
Chief of Strategic Planning and Innovation
The Arc San Francisco
Nina Asay is The Arc San Francisco’s Chief of Strategic Planning and Innovation. The Arc San Francisco is a lifelong learning and achievement center for over 700 individuals with developmental disabilities in San Francisco, San Mateo and Marin counties. She is currently responsible for facilitating the development and implementation of The Arc SF’s Strategic Plan, leading the agency’s innovations that help create an efficient, transformative and empowered agency, as well as driving company culture into a collaborative, person centered, value driven organization.