Cybersecurity is one of the most urgent topics of executive leadership and boards of directors. Not-for-profits seek to safeguard important information assets such as donor records, financial and operations data, and fundraising data from compromise while still sharing and exchanging information to further their mission. Not-for-profits must not only focus on thwarting hackers to prevent disruptions, but they must be proactive in building a sustainable cybersecurity management program – one that can adapt to evolving threats, remain aligned to the organization’s culture, and managed with not-for-profit issues and risks in mind.
Key learning objectives
- Describe overview of the latest cybersecurity developments and how the risk landscape is changing
- Conduct practical walk through the core elements of a sustainable cybersecurity program for a not-for-profit
- Gather key insights on cybersecurity program effectiveness and sustainability for executive leadership, management and boards
Join Baker Tilly for a critical discussion of what it takes for not-for-profits to manage cyber risks for today’s and tomorrow’s threats.
Director, Cybersecurity and IT Risk
Partner, Not-for-Profit and Public Sector