Date(s) - 04/03/2019
10:00 am - 11:00 am
You may have heard about the recent cyber-attacks on well-known nonprofits like Save the Children and Kars4Kids. Organizations face data security risk exposures from internal and external sources every day with rapidly evolving ransomware malware and threats. IT Security can be likened to your own health – you may feel healthy, but without regular check-ups, hidden ailments may be lurking underneath the surface that pose a threat. Taking proactive measures and practicing safe computing can make sure your network security is at its best – reducing the risk of data loss, reputation damage, lost revenue, and business-threatening downtime that can occur with cyber-attacks.
Our workshop will give attendees the opportunity to see examples of what an attack would look like, coach attendees on best practices for information security, reveal results from our recent IT security survey for nonprofits in Massachusetts, and demonstrate how one of our nonprofit clients survived a ransomware attack by sharing a case study. If you’ve already been a target of cybercrime, this webinar will educate you with preventative measures to avoid future attacks.
More details coming soon.