Government agencies and nonprofits possess a treasure trove of information about their proprietary processes, employees, clients and vendors.  The consequences for organizations that fail to protect that information can range from regulatory fines and breach reporting costs to the potential for lost funding as clients and other stakeholders lose faith in the organization – or as competitors siphon off intellectual property and other trade secrets.

Cyber security is as important for nonprofits and governments as businesses.  Join us for this informative session.  In this session, participants will learn the following:

  • Why your organization is a cyber-attack target.
  • Understanding the risks:
    • Electronic banking;
    • Internal risks; and
    • External risks.
  • What you can do to lower your risk of a cyber-attack.
  • How to stay informed.

This session is recommended for all attendees.

Information Technology Management/Governance Risk Management
Location: Plenary Date: April 19, 2017 Time: 1:20 PM - 3:00 PM Tommie Singleton