Building Cyber Resilience for Nonprofits

  • What is the real risk of a cyber incident happening to our organisation?
  • How can we consider cyber security from a governance perspective?
  • How do we fulfill our fiduciary duty effectively in a rapidly evolving technology landscape?
  • How can we model cyber security risks and take action to mitigate these?
  • Are there some simple, effective ways to reduce organisational vulnerabilities?
  • What can nonprofits do to become more resilient against cyber crime and cyber incidents - given the constraints?
Cyber security is one of the most pressing topics in the boardroom. Directors are uncertain about how to effectively navigate a complex and rapidly shifting technology landscape. Nonprofits have the additional challenge of how to allocate constrained resources, and nebulous existential threats are difficult to prioritise.
 
The risk of a cyber security incident is a reality for any organisation operating online. Arguably, nonprofits face a higher degree of risk due to the collection and storage of personal data and payment methods for volunteers, stakeholders, members and donors.
So what can nonprofits do to build resilience - without breaking the bank? Join us for a practical and enlightening lunch and learn zoom where we will walk through pragmatic approaches to building cyber-resilience for nonprofit organisations.
Claes Mansson
Claes Mansson has a long experience of senior technology leadership roles from a range of industries and geographies. Most recently, as Chief Information Officer at the World Mosquito Program he led the build-up of the program's world class digital ecosystem.
Hannah Browne
Hannah Browne is a serial entrepreneur and the Managing Director of Midnyte City. She is a passionate advocate for greater technology capability in the board room and recently joined the board of Greenpeace Australia Pacific as a Non-Executive Director.
DATE AND TIME
FRIDAY 29 January 2021
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm AEDT
LOCATION
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