COVID-19 has revealed the inadequacies of many foundation and nonprofit virtual strategies. Having an up-to-date cybersecurity strategy is key to ensuring your foundation’s ability to respond to this ongoing crisis while enabling and empowering your nonprofit partners to accomplish their missions. Foundations of all shapes and sizes need a robust strategy to cope with the future of remote work. From ensuring your data is secure to protecting your nonprofit partners from malfeasance, all staff at foundations play an important role in building a philanthropic sector that can endure new technologies and new threats.
Join us to learn about quick wins and successful strategies for protecting your organization and your nonprofit partners. We will discuss the role of leadership in managing risk, incident response, and how to ensure your foundation and your nonprofit partners can function well in this new reality.
- Oleg Bell, Global Head of IT Security, Open Society Foundations
- Kelvin Coleman, Executive Director, National Cyber Security Alliance
- Ann Puckett, IT Manager, Grand Rapids Community Foundation
- Chantal Forster, Executive Director of Technology Association of Grantmakers