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WEBINAR: Cybersecurity Training for Nonprofit Organizational Leaders

August 1 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Faculty: Taylor Higley (Chief Technology Officer) & Lawrence Guyot (President), Empowerment Through Technology and Education (ETTE)

In today’s digital age, managing IT risk is crucial for nonprofit organizations, especially those operating with limited budgets. This 1-hour session is tailored for nonprofit leaders seeking to understand and mitigate cybersecurity threats effectively and efficiently.

Key Takeaways:

  • Evolution of IT Security Risks: Stay informed on the latest cybersecurity trends and threats. Understand how risks have evolved and what to anticipate in the future.
  • Importance of Basic Security Measures: Understand why basic security practices are critical. Focus on fundamental measures that provide robust protection.
  • Managing IT Risk on a Budget: Discover strategies to identify and mitigate IT risks without overspending. Learn about cost-effective measures to secure your organization.
  • Maximizing Cybersecurity Spend: Learn how to get the best value for your cybersecurity investments. Prioritize spending to achieve the highest return on investment.
  • AI Tools in Cybersecurity: Explore the dual role of AI tools as both opportunities and risks. Learn how to leverage AI for enhanced security and manage potential threats.

Participants will leave this session with practical knowledge and actionable insights to strengthen their organization’s cybersecurity posture. You’ll be better prepared to ensure resilience against evolving threats while maximizing your resources effectively.

Approximately 15 minutes will be reserved at the end of the session for a Q&A segment, providing an opportunity to address specific concerns and questions.

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August 1
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
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