Webinars for Wise Nonprofits: Data Privacy and Security for Nonprofits: Part II (Security)
Headlines broadcast another cyberattack on an organization resulting in the theft of digital information (e.g., sensitive personal or health care information; intellectual property; trade secrets; and confidential business, financial and legal information) or the disruption of government and business functions. This program will cover the compliance and mitigation strategies that can help U.S. nonprofits navigate the tangled legal web and develop a risk-based approach to cybersecurity not to only successfully respond to, mitigate and recover from a data breach, but also to protect their reputation and balance sheets.
Learning objectives: Participants will come away with:
- Best practices for managing the risks associated with a remote workforce
- Promoting good “cyber hygiene” across an organization
- Developing a risk-focused cyber program
- The prevalence of phishing and ransomware attacks by cybercriminals
- Incident response plans and why they are more important than ever
- Considerations for executive directors and boards related to building cyber programs in a rapidly evolving business environment
This webinar is one in a two-part series related to data privacy and security.
Presenters: Scott Lashway, Co-Leader of Privacy and Data Security Practice, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips; and Ciarra Chavarria, Staff Attorney
For executive directors, senior management, and staff.