10 Steps to Cybersecurity Maturity
It’s easy to be overwhelmed by cybersecurity. Whether it’s data breaches, ransomware, hacked webcams or botnet armies powered by millions of smart light bulbs, many of us in charge of protecting our organizations’ and our clients’ information can be forgiven for wanting to curl up into a ball and hide. There are so many threats, how can we even keep track of them, let alone protect ourselves, our organizations and our constituents from them? This workshop will help you get a plan you can start on right away. We will break down cybersecurity into common-sense, understandable components that you can use to help your organization move toward greater cybersecurity maturity. We will help you understand how to think about what information is important to protect and how much protection it might need. Then we’ll give you specific tools, practices and templates to help you get started.
- Understand the components of a risk analysis
- Improved understanding of current information security at your organization
- Many free templates, tools & services to help you take action
Target AudienceAnyone interested in the fundamentals of cybersecurity practices for nonprofits
Information Technology Director
Center for Constitutional Rights
Ken has been a technologist working in and with nonprofits for over 20 years. Most recently, he was the technology director at Advancing Justice Los Angeles. He has also been a consultant for organizations and movement formations large and small. Ken takes particular delight in seeing movement groups leverage technology for greater impact and efficiency.
This joy in seeing technology used to connect, learn, and change is one of many reasons why Ken is a proud NTEN board member.
Ken is also trained as a lawyer and is the Vice President of the National Lawyers Guild (the 1st racially integrated bar association in the United States).
While born, raised, and rooted in Los Angeles, Ken is thankful to to currently live in New York.
Vice President of Technology Strategy
Joshua Peskay is the Vice President of Technology Strategy at RoundTable Technology and an accomplished technology leader with more than two decades of experience leading technology change for over a thousand New York City nonprofit organizations. Joshua has a proven track-record for planning, implementing and supporting a wide range of successful technology solutions for nonprofits. Joshua is committed to helping organizations sort through the rapid pace of technological change to select the best products and services available and use them effectively.
Joshua is a dynamic and engaging public speaker and teacher, teaching topics such as Technology Strategy, Cybersecurity and Project Management. Joshua is an Expert Trainer for Idealware, faculty for the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN), teaches Cybersecurity for Nonprofits and Mission Driven Businesses at Civic Hall in NYC and also partnered with Whole Whale on a Cybersecurity course for their online learning platform.
In recent years, Joshua has been focusing on cybersecurity in the nonprofit sector, working with at-risk organizations to address digital security challenges and providing cybersecurity training and awareness programs to thousands of nonprofit personnel.
If you would like to speak with Joshua, you can book a time with him at: https://calendly.com/joshua_roundtable/
Or contact Joshua via:
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