Webinar: Wednesday March 15th – Security Readiness – Slides & Recording

Security ReadinessTopic: Security Readiness
Date: March 2017

In this age of insecurity it seems there are new stories daily on large data breaches, embarrassing hacks, and financial threats to organizations large and small. Many organizations are also asking questions about safety and privacy for activists and organizers. Don’t hide under your covers and hope the hackers will go away if you don’t answer your phone. If you don’t know what security readiness is, join us for a webinar on preparing your nonprofit for the threats of today, and for whatever the hackers will think of next.

In this webinar we share our expertise in addressing nonprofit security at all levels, from your infrastructure to your practices and personnel training, and what your organization can be doing to stay secure in this age of cyber insecurity.

This webinar is appropriate for nonprofit executives, managers and nonprofit IT personnel – and as with all our webinars, we will discuss technology in a manner that is accessible to a varied audience.

Presenter:

As the Chief Technology Officer at Community IT, Matthew Eshleman is responsible for  shaping Community IT’s strategy in assessing and recommending technology solutions to clients. With a deep background in network infrastructure technology he fundamentally understands how technology works and interoperates both in the office and in the cloud.

Matt joined Community IT as an intern in the summer of 2000 and after finishing his dual degrees in Computer Science and Computer Information Systems at Eastern Mennonite University he rejoined Community IT as a network administrator in January of 2001. Matt has steadily progressed up at Community IT and while working full time received his MBA from the Carey School of Business at Johns Hopkins University.

Matt is a frequent speaker at NTEN events and has presented at the Inside NGO conference and Non-Profit Risk Management Summit. He lives in Baltimore MD with his wife, daughter and son.

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