Nonprofit and Social Good Technology Month: Panel Discussion — Online security and disaster recovery
6/25/2020 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (CT)
Name: Kayla Silverstein
This webinar is brought to you by our friends at Nonprofit Utopia and Net Impact Chicago.
Nonprofit and Social Good Technology Month brings you a series of virtual events featuring thought leaders from U.S., Canada and the U.K. You will hear valuable tips and participate in hands-on product demonstrations to help you harness the power of technology to make a greater social impact in the age of COVID-19.
Even before the age of “Zoom Bombing,” data security was crucial for small businesses and nonprofits. With COVID-19, we must be even more vigilant, particularly in environments in which a significant number of workers are working from home.
Customer and client information, payment information, grant files, permanent records, proprietary data, personnel files, bank account details — all of this information is often impossible replace if lost and dangerous in the hands of criminals. Data lost due to disasters such as a flood or fire is devastating, but losing it to hackers or a malware infection can have far greater consequences. How you handle and protect your data is central to the security of your business and the privacy expectations of customers, employees and partners.
This panel discussion is designed to help you understand the security measures you should have in place in your work environment, how to recover from disaster and how to manage your risk. The topics and speakers include:
- Online security: Emmanuel Jackson, CEO, Evanston Technology Partners
- Risk management: Tom Wojcinski, Director, Wipfli
- Disaster recovery: Joe Hillis, Operations Director at Information Technology Disaster Resource Center