Vice President, Philanthropy
Chief Security Officer
Council of Better Business Bureaus
Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Senior Vice President, Chief Information Officer
Goodwill Industries of Greater New York and Northern New Jersey
Partner, Financial Services Cyber Security and Privacy
Cybersecurity Planning: Critical Tool for Nonprofit Leaders
Does your organization have a strong cybersecurity plan? As trusted parties with limited resources, nonprofits can be vulnerable. Even small charities can experience big cyber problems, and may not be prepared to manage the devastating results. A major incident could do a tremendous amount of harm to an organization’s reputation and finances. The good news is that cybersecurity planning steps can help to minimize risks and protect organizations of all sizes.
On October 20, 2015, experts shared insights about how even small nonprofits can…
- Identify cyber risks by assessing your risk exposure
- Protect your data through technology and data governance planning
- Detect a cybersecurity problem when it happens
- Respond effectively to a cybersecurity incident
- Recover from the impact of a cybersecurity or data impairment event
* These are the basic steps suggested in the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework.
Important Information for All Nonprofit Leaders
This no-cost video of a previous BBB workshop program is designed especially for nonprofit executives including executive directors and CEO’s, CFO’s and COO’s, board members, senior information technology managers, program officers who manage data and nonprofit advisors.