- Free Webinar: Data Security for Nonprofits in a Remote Workplace
August 31, 2021
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST
About 80% of employees worked remotely during the pandemic, up from 30% before COVID-19.* Nonprofits now face new pressures as hybrid work models and remote work environments are becoming the norm. This session will explore issues nonprofits face with remote and hybrid workplace models and offer tangible steps you can take to mitigate those risks.
During this session, you will:
- Recognize risks related to remote access applications and security of devices and home networks
- Identify best practices for how to continue key nonprofit processes in a remote/hybrid environment
- Review policies to update regularly, including continuity of business, disaster recovery and incident response policies
Who should attend?
This webinar is designed for nonprofit executive directors and CEOs, management team members, leaders responsible for IT, cybersecurity and the management of IT vendor relations.
What if I can’t attend live?
We record our free webinars. All registrants will receive a notification when the webinar recording and any resources provided by the presenter are available. You can see all of NLC’s free webinars here.
Led by: Kadian Douglas, CPA, CISA
Tuesday, August 31, 2021 | 2-3 p.m. EST
About Our Guest Presenter
A cybersecurity professional advising clients on the identification and mitigation of cybersecurity risks, Kadian Douglas, CPA, CISA, is passionate about supporting and advising clients as well as mentoring others. Kadian is one of CliftonLarsonAllen’s (CLA) IT & cybersecurity leaders and has expertise in a wide range of industries, including nonprofits.
Kadian provides services to clients, including but not limited to: information security assessments, IT governance assessments, enterprisewide and IT risk assessments, compliance audit services, IT general and application controls and data privacy, such as GDPR/CCPA gap assessments. She has authored and presented various webinars and seminars on a variety of topics, including vendor management, risk assessments, information security frameworks, policies and procedures, IT auditing, and IT governance. She also chairs CLA’s Young Executive Team and is a member of CLA’s Business Security Advisory Group.