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    California Lutheran University Nonprofit Webinar: Cybersecurity 101

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    Join us for this special webinar!

    Many nonprofits may think they’re not big enough to be a target of a cyber attack, but their smaller size is one of the things that makes them even more appealing to cyber thieves due to minimal IT staff and resources. Learn to protect your valuable data at this interactive, virtual workshop led by Denis Wilson, DWP Information Architects Inc.!

    Cybersecurity 101:
    Five Steps to Safeguard Your Nonprofit

    Wednesday, September 25

    11 a.m. – 12 p.m.

    Online – Register to Receive URL

    Organizational Members: No Additional Fee
    Individual Members: No Additional Fee

    Non-Members: $10

    Did you know 60% of all businesses close after a major security breach? – Small Business Administration

    When you leave this session you will be able to see what threats are out there in this day and age, and how to protect your nonprofit business from nefarious attacks. We will cover five actionable steps to reduce the risk of cybercrime.

    The world is changing, and so too is the threat landscape. The growth within information technology is attracting more and more cyber criminals looking to steal valuable data produced and consumed with this technology.

    From intellectual property to protected health information, from digital financial assets to trade secrets shared within the corporate network, attacks to the vital information that drives our businesses are becoming more commonplace, and the associated risks also increase as cyber-crime becomes more profitable and prevalent. In fact, the risks and costs of cyber-crime continue to increase each and every year.

     

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