Protecting your nonprofit’s data begins with simple steps like stronger passwords and backup practices, and it never really ends. New threats are always emerging. An entire industry has evolved to understand and combat them. The recent presidential campaign shone a light on security risks from external sources and hackers, and the political era we’re entering brings new implications for nonprofits based on the people they serve and the positions they take.
Good security begins with staff and the best practices they follow. Are you doing everything you can to protect data about your nonprofit and its constituents?
To find out, join Idealware and Fission Strategy for a panel discussion with industry experts. We’ll talk about existing and emerging threats, the risks they pose to your nonprofit and the people you serve, and the practical steps you can take to help protect against them. We’ll also take time to answer your questions.
This discussion will be moderated by Cheryl Contee of Fission Strategy, and thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, it’s absolutely free. Join us from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Eastern on Tuesday, Dec. 20.
Learn more or register now here!
Source: Idealware and Fission Strategy