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Cybersecurity: Protecting Your Funders, Your Clients, and Yourselves

Friday, May 12, 2017

Every day we hear about compromised databases of payment information from the commercial and public sectors, and we are just as vulnerable to such attacks.  Additionally, we often possess information that is highly sensitive, but necessary to serve the individuals and families that we do.  How do we protect those who trust us from cyber-crime?

Keynote: Steven J. Spano, President and COO of the international nonprofit Center for Internet Security
Nonprofit Expert Panel and “Case Study”
Roundtable Discussions with presenters and UAlbany faculty

Expert Panel:

  • William Gettman, CEO of Northern Rivers Family Services 
  • Prof. Robert A. Heverly, Albany Law School 
  • Prof. Brian Nussbaum, Rockefeller College and the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity (CEHC)

This seminar will be held in Milne Hall, Room 200, at Rockefeller College, 135 Western Avenue in Albany.  There will be morning refreshments and opportunities for peer discussion and networking.  Please join us from 8:00 a.m. for a light breakfast and networking; the program will run from 8:30 through 11:30 a.m.  Parking instructions will be sent to all registrants. 

The cost of each seminar is $25.00.  If more than one person from your organization registers for a seminar, each additional person will receive a 50% break on the registration fee.  In addition to refreshments, networking, and the presentations, the Roundtables are designed to provide each attendee with a number of practical “go to” resources.


Click here to find out more.

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