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Keeping Your Nonprofit’s Systems Secure While Working Remotely

An unprecedented number of nonprofit employees are working remotely due to the COVID-19 outbreak. This makes organizations more vulnerable than ever to security threats with hackers on overdrive to take advantage of the situation. Make sure your staff, devices and infrastructure are safe from cyberattacks.

3/26/2020
When: Thursday, March 26, 2020
11:00 am
Where: Online Webinar
United States
Contact: TechSoup

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Keeping Your Nonprofit’s Systems Secure While Working Remotely

Thu, Mar 26, 2020 11:00 AM



An unprecedented number of nonprofit employees are working remotely due to the COVID-19 outbreak. This makes organizations more vulnerable than ever to security threats with hackers on overdrive to take advantage of the situation. Make sure your staff, devices and infrastructure are safe from cyberattacks.

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In this one-hour webinar we will answer the most frequently asked questions and share practical measures your team and organization can take to have the best defenses in place including:

  • Securely setting up staff to work from home computers and networks
  • Ensuring your staff is trained and prepared for cybersecurity phishing attacks
  • The difference between a VPN and a firewall and how to use them
  • Recommendations for data and device usage policies and set-up

Speakers:


Linda Widdop, Tech Impact

As the Director of Client Solutions and Education, Linda manages all aspects of client relations for Tech Impact including educating nonprofits about technology solutions. Linda puts three decades of her technology and training experience to use by working with local, regional and national partners to provide the nonprofit community with increased knowledge of technology.



Marnie Webb, TechSoup

Marnie is the Chief Community Impact Officer for TechSoup and leads Caravan Studios, a division of TechSoup. In her role, she works with communities around the world to describe desired impact and to develop technology solutions that help them move towards that impact.  Her work is influenced by human centered design principles, as well as methodologies from social work and international development, such as Participatory Action Research. She has been working with civil society, governments, academia, and corporations for more than 30 years to put together teams and solutions that can accomplish big goals, with and for communities. 

 


Additional Resource From TechSoup

Pivoting to Remote Work — COVID-19 Response Course Track for Nonprofits

 

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Track Overview

To continue serving your community during the COVID-19 pandemic, you may find the need to quickly transition to remote work. To help you, TechSoup created a free track of courses to provide information and tools as you make this transition.

This track will help nonprofits lay the groundwork for successful remote office environments. You’ll learn how to:

  • Identify necessary technology tools to get your remote office up and running in no time
  • Boost collaboration
  • Ensure information security

TechSoup Courses is an online learning resource of free and paid bite-sized training courses created just for nonprofits.

This track is normally $110, but TechSoup made it FREE so anyone can access this information and rapidly response to the Coronavirus.




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