WEBINAR

What the Convergence of Cybersecurity and Data Privacy means for Not-for-Profit & Educational Organizations

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The Details
NFP&E donors and constituents are looking with keen eyes at organizations’ cybersecurity and privacy practices and hygiene. It can be challenging for NFP&Es to determine who owns the data, how it should be treated, and who is accountable for protecting it. Once the connection to data privacy and cybersecurity is formed, the organization is accountable for designing cybersecurity controls and programs that protect personal information from theft, unauthorized access, and damage.

Join us for a live discussion on the importance of a unified information security and data privacy program. We’ll talk about how it can help NFP&Es weigh the cost of collecting and using personal data against the advantages it delivers, and craft their best path forward for using and protecting it.

The webinar will cover:
  • Policies and processes for data collection, classification, mapping storage, use, governance, and sharing
  • Requirements to disclose how your organization uses personally identifiable information (PII)
  • How to align your cybersecurity strategy in support of your privacy requirements
  • The key points of integration among security incident response, breach notification, and disaster recovery plans

This webinar is anticipated to qualify for 1 CPE credit in the Specialized Knowledge field of study.

Please note the webinar will be played through your web browser. Speakers or a headset is required.


Speakers
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John Alfonso
Partner and Not-for-Profit & Education Industry Practice Leader, CohnReznick
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Deborah Nitka
Senior Manager, Cybersecurity, Technology Risk and Privacy, Global Consulting Solutions, CohnReznick
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Adonye Chamberlin
Manager, Cybersecurity, Technology Risk and Privacy, Global Consulting Solutions, CohnReznick
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CPE Information
Live event participants can earn up to 1 CPE credit in the Specialized Knowledge field of study.

Program description: As not-for-profit organizations become increasingly digital, the accountability for the way in which personal information is collected, used, and potentially shared also increases. Once the data resides on an organization’s enterprise systems, a connection between data privacy and cybersecurity is formed. Join us for this panel discussion on the importance of a unified information security and data privacy program and how it can help NFP&Es weigh the cost of collecting and using personal data against the advantages it delivers.

Program level: Overview

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None

Topics to be discussed include:
  • Policies and processes for data collection, classification, mapping storage, use, governance, and sharing
  • Requirements to disclose how your organization uses personally identifiable information (PII)
  • The key points of integration among security incident response, breach notification, and disaster recovery plans

Instructional Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

Who Should Attend: Those in the not-for-profit and education industry interested in learning more about the importance of a unified information security and data privacy program and how it can help NFP&Es weigh the cost of collecting and using personal data against the advantages it delivers and craft their best path forward for using and protecting it.

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