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Cybersecurity and Fraud for Nonprofits: Trends, Threats and Protecting Your Organization's Assets
Cybersecurity and data security remain a priority issue for nonprofit organizations. Criminals are always searching for creative new ways to obtain donor, client and employee information through fraud and cybersecurity vulnerabilities. As consumers and businesses rely more on electronic devices such as computers, tablets and smartphones to do banking and shop online, these vulnerabilities increase.
Join a panel discussion on the following areas of critical importance:
- What are the trends and threats facing nonprofits today?
- The new California Consumer Privacy Act -- What is it? What does it mean to nonprofits?
- What are a few methods to protect your system from a technical perspective?
- What are the legal responsibilities of an organization when there is a breach?
- What is cyber liability insurance? How can it help if there is a breach?
In addition, learn about five actionable items to serve and protect your data, and take away key resources to help your business prevent, identify, measure and report fraud.
Tuesday, July 30
7:45 - 9:30 a.m.
Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce
350 S. Bixel St.
Los Angeles, CA 90017
To learn about sponsorship opportunities or for more information, contact Pat Clark, 213.580.7595.
Exclusive to our nonprofit members, the Nonprofit Council provides nonprofit organizations with a venue to network, exchange ideas, collaborate and discuss public policy issues impacting their community.
President and CEO,
BAW Consulting Services
JMBM Cybersecurity and Privacy Group
Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge, Electronic Crimes Task Force – Forensic Lab,
United States Secret Service, L.A. Field Office
Director Tech Secure Division,
Co-Founder and Vice President,
Citadel Information Group