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20NTC Session
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Data Security: Just Tell Me What to Do Please!

Description

Many nonprofits face a “perfect storm” of risk: managing data on behalf of vulnerable populations without the resources to combat increasingly sophisticated cyber security threats.

Attendees will leave with an understanding of what’s happening at the frontiers of data security policies and best practices, as well as immediate steps that any organization can take to deliver the best “bang for your buck” when it comes to improving data security at your nonprofit. We’ll focus on the importance of training, and take a deep dive into multi-factor authentication as a relatively simple and highly effective tool.

If you’re responsible for keeping any part of your organization’s data secure but you don’t have a lot of time or resources, this session is for you.


Target Audience

IT decision makers, privacy/security professionals, nonprofit leaders and executives, anyone with the ability to make or recommend technology decisions

Tags

Security

Speakers

Whittney Tom

Sr. Program Manager, Strategic Partnerships

TechSoup

As a certified compliance officer and dynamic relationship builder, Whittney Tom brings over eight years of experience working in the international development sector. After focusing on business development and project management in South Asia, East Africa, and the Middle East with international and national nonprofits, she transitioned to International Medical Corps’ Ethics and Compliance Department in spring 2016. As senior compliance officer, she was responsible for the development and management of a global compliance program with the vision of fostering a culture of ethics and compliance with staff worldwide. In late 2017, she moved to San Francisco to join TechSoup’s Strategic Partnerships team to manage several relationships with technology companies. She enjoys identifying mutually beneficial goals that combine technology products, solutions, and information to meet the needs and uses in the nonprofit sector. With an ethics and compliance background, it’s fitting that Whittney enthusiastically focuses on bringing more resources and technology solutions that address the growing cyber security risks to the nonprofit sector.

Adam Rosenzweig

Nonprofit Success Program Manager

Okta

Adam Rosenzweig is an advocate for nonprofits within Okta and an evangelist for Okta in nonprofit communities around the world. Prior to Okta, Adam spent ten years in the public & social sectors. He’s a graduate of Pitzer College, the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and the UC Berkeley-Haas Graduate School of Business.

Details

Day

Tuesday
March 24, 2020

Time

1:00pm – 1:30pm