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WEBINAR: NonProfit Leader’s Guide To Cybersecurity: Ransomware, Phishing and Hacking

WEBINAR: NonProfit Leader’s Guide To Cybersecurity: Ransomware, Phishing and Hacking

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With this purchase you will receive: 

* Access to the webinar on Nov 21 (2pm ET) with nonprofit cybersecurity and technology experts 
Nonprofits can’t afford to have donor and client data compromised. Nonprofits can’t afford to be hacked and phished for organizational financial information. Insurance can cover the initial losses but an organization might not ever recover the trust placed in it by supporters and those served. That’s why The NonProfit Times and Tech Impact, two organizations dedicated to the nonprofit sector, have together developed this digital publication and webinar.

It’s easy to think that your organization is safe, and that hackers are only interested in big corporate targets. But if you collect data on constituents, that data is at risk. Nonprofits where executives remain complacent about that risk become more attractive targets.



Karen Graham, Director of Education & Outreach, Tech Impact

Karen is a sought-after speaker, trainer, writer, and consultant with expertise in technology leadership and innovation, nonprofit software, and digital strategy. As Idealware's executive director she leads a team of researchers, presenters, and writers who create technology information resources designed to help nonprofit leaders put their vision into action. Her past experience includes leading the technology learning and networking programs at MAP for Nonprofits, helping the startup thedatabank transform into a thriving software company, and various roles in arts and human services organizations. Participants in Karen’s training courses describe her as warm, engaging, and frequently mention that she leads some of the most interactive workshops they’ve ever attended. She holds an MBA in Nonprofit Management from the University of St. Thomas.

Jordan McCarthy, Infrastructure & Security Lead, Tech Impact

Jordan firmly believes that social progress should shape the implementation of technology, not the other way around. He loves working with organizations of every shape and size, from three-person grassroots advocacy groups to 300-plus person social-services providers, to help them figure out what kinds of technical tools, analyses, and strategies can help maximize their social impact. Jordan has a decade of experience in systems and network administration, technical writing and education, and technology policy analysis.