Date(s) - 03/19/2019
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
IT security has been making headlines for a while now, as having a functioning, secure network is a necessary tool to keeping your agency running smoothly. Rapidly evolving ransomware, malware and other threats create data security risk exposure for organizations every day from both internal and external sources. Taking proactive measures and practicing safe computing can make sure your network security is at its best.
Tuan Pham, Chief Executive Officer of Tech Networks of Boston, an Associate Member of the Providers’ Council, will educate members on how to reduce the risk of data loss, reputation damage, lost revenue, and business-threatening downtime that can occur with cyber attacks. Pham will give attendees examples of what an attack would look like, coach attendees on best practices for information security, share results from Tech Network’s recent IT security survey for nonprofits in Massachusetts, and demonstrate how one of their nonprofit clients survived a ransomware attack in a case study.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- Best practices for information security;
- How to avoid an attack; and
- What you should do if you are attacked.
This is a members-only webinar brought to you by the Provider’s Council. You can view the event here.