Community IT Innovators is proud to sponsor this security policy workbook by our friends at Idealware. Most nonprofit security breaches are caused by carelessness, not maliciousness - staff members often don’t know when they’re taking risks. Good technology policies protect your organization’s data and reputation by providing clear guidance on how to manage risky situations.
A key trend we have seen this year in nonprofit technology is a rapidly evolving threat landscape. The three pillars of effective IT security are the right tools, staff training and effective policy. I hope you'll join our CTO Matt Eshleman Wednesday July 19th from 4-5pm to learn how to put your Nonprofit IT Security Policy in a format that can be easily updated as often as your IT technology changes.
In June I'm delighted to be presenting a webinar on big picture cloud strategy for nonprofit organizations - what's available, what it costs, and why you should (or shouldn't) expand your cloud platforms and processes. If you've wondered what all those acronyms mean (SaaS? IaaS?) I'll demystify them and lay out the latest developments in this rapidly changing field.
Community IT continues to make security a top priority in 2017. If you are not a Community IT Innovators client, the WannaCrypt Ransomeware Virus outbreak provides an opportunity to review security recommendations with your staff.
The slides for SSO (Single Sign On) April Webinar are posted - Single Sign On (SSO) represents a more comprehensive and appropriate approach for organizations than password managers, and we encourage you to check out our resources or contact us to learn more.
The 17NTC Conference begins in a few weeks here in Washington DC, and we are proud to sponsor the 17NTC conference app for the first time. This app helps you organize your conference experience, showing at a glance the sessions and speakers schedule, locations, extra events, and other ways to connect with your colleagues.
Community IT Innovators is a supporting sponsor and the official 17NTC App sponsor of the NTEN 2017 Nonprofit Technology Conference (17NTC). This year’s conference will be in Washington DC from March 23-25. In the March Newsletter you'll also find links to the Information Management slides and registration for the March 15th Security Readiness webinar.
Community IT Innovators will be sponsoring the official 17NTC conference app for the first time this year, which will enhance your experience March 23-25th here in Washington DC. The regular rates end February 28th - so if you are planning to attend, now is the time to register. Many of us will be there and look forward to meeting you!
We're excited to announce that Community IT Innovators is a supporting sponsor and the official 17NTC App sponsor of the NTEN 2017 Nonprofit Technology Conference (17NTC) March 23-25 in Washington DC. Register before prices increase March 1st.
If you missed it, the slides and YouTube recording of Crafting Your Nonprofit IT Security Policy with Matt Eshleman are posted here. This is an update and complete refresh of our most popular YouTube video, and one of our most popular webinars this year.