- December 3, 2020
9:00 am - 12:30 pm
One of the most critical steps to protect your organization is to create a cybersecurity awareness culture. Cybersecurity isn’t a technology problem; it’s often a people problem. Understanding the current threats and what each employee can do to combat those threats is important at all levels of an organization. In this interactive virtual session, you will learn how to implement a culture of cybersecurity awareness within your organization, including training, technology, action plans and policies.
In this class, you will:
- Understand why your organization needs cybersecurity
- Learn how to identify technology and data security-related gaps within your organization
- Learn how to create an action plan and implement cybersecurity awareness training throughout your organization on a regular basis
Additionally, this session will include a security gap analysis on basic IT functions and administer several follow-up tests to the cybersecurity awareness training portion of the seminar.
Who should attend?
Nonprofit professionals at all levels will benefit from this class because the defense against cyber-attacks are every employee’s responsibility.
Amy M. Williams serves as a Senior Business Development Consultant within Warren Averett’s Security, Risk and Controls Group. This practice area performs over 150 information technology and security related projects (reviews, risk assessments, audits, etc.) on an annual basis. Her role is primarily to offer insight into industry trends for security best practices and aid companies in making proactive decisions about how to mitigate their organization’s risk.
Amy is highly motivated to connect Warren Averett’s clients to valuable and knowledgeable Firm resources – whether that’s relative to IT security, business software solutions or to address technical needs. It is also her job to advocate on behalf of the needs of her clients. She is a published author and regular speaker on topics such as internal controls, information technology and cyber security awareness.
Amy is responsible for assuring excellence in our work product, building stronger client relationships and ensuring Warren Averett provides a consistently superior client experience.
Paul Perry, FHFMA, CISM, CITP, CPA has been with Warren Averett CPAs and Advisors since 2004 and is a Member and the practice leader of the Security, Risk and Controls Group. Paul and his team focus on cybersecurity, information technology related projects, risk assessments, internal controls, internal audit and control-related projects, including System and Organization Control engagements.
Paul is also the leader of the Firm’s Data Analysis Group, a team of individuals within the Firm who provide data analysis solutions to both internal and external clients. For more than 11 years, he specialized in auditing and assurance services. Paul has extensive experience serving clients in the nonprofit, governmental, financial, insurance and healthcare facilities/hospital industries during this time. Paul has earned the Certified Information Technology Professional (CITP) certification. This credential is awarded to CPAs who possess both information technology and business expertise.
Paul is also a published author, columnist and regular speaker on topics such as data analysis, internal controls and information technology. In the last three years, Paul has performed more than 40 external presentations on a wide variety of technology and control related topics to groups including the ASCPA, HFMA, IIA and ISACA.
Virtual-December 3, 2020 | 9:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. EST
$252.00 Only $69.00 (when logged in) thanks to the support of our partners and funders
Please note registration will close at 11:55 pm EST on November 30, 2020.
If you need special accommodations to participate in any of our classes or events, please contact us at 813-287-8779.
Multiple Registrant Discount
Receive 10% off each registration after the first (cannot be combined with any other discounts).
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