Our Tech4Good group brings together nonprofits in need of technology guidance, education, and/or troubleshooting AND technology folks interested in helping nonprofits pro bono with their technology questions/needs.
NONPROFIT STAFF will find a friendly, welcoming atmosphere for those who aren't experienced with technology, and many chances to ask questions of tech-experienced nonprofits and experts.
TECHNOLOGISTS AND CONSULTANTS will find opportunities to put your expertise to social good, as well as the potential for lasting relationships with local nonprofits.
ACTIVISTS AND COMMUNITY LEADERS will see and be given the opportunity to present on successful uses of technology for social change. Not content to simply focus on "shiny tech," we'll explore what the true potential for social change is in each case, where community organizing work can be made more effective, and where it will have to push technology forward.
We have a great group of Panelists who work in the Information/Cyber Security area who will share their thoughts and advice on the below areas.
1. Introductions and Background (will cover information/cyber security areas they specialize in)
2. Threats (types of attacks) nonprofits need to be aware
3. Ways nonprofits can proactively minimize or avoid these threats
4. Key things you need to educate employees/volunteers on
5. Should nonprofits have a disaster recovery and/or business continuity plan? how extensive should they be?
6. Types of tools
7. Additional best practices/recommendations to keeping key data (i.e. volunteer, donor/sponsor and patient data) and platforms secure
1. Steve B., Director of IT Operations at Power Design
2. John R., VP of Info Security at Suncoast Credit Union
3. Cherilyn N., Manager, Cyber Security Incident Response Team at DTCC
4. Alicia J., Cyber Security Content Developer at DTCC
5. Sean M., Learning & Development Engineer/Technologist at Power Design
We'll have food provided!