Between ongoing cybersecurity threats, emerging technology, and new data privacy laws, cybersecurity best practices have moved from nice-to-have to must-have for nonprofit organizations.
This session will break down cybersecurity into common-sense, understandable components that you can use to help your organization move toward greater cybersecurity maturity. We will help you understand how to think about what information is important to protect and how much protection it might need. Then we'll give you specific tools, practices, and templates to help you get started.
In this session, you'll learn about:
- The components of threat modeling and risk analysis
- Why change management is critical to cybersecurity
- Free and low-cost tools and resources
- 3 things your organization can do to immediately improve cybersecurity
Joshua Peskay is an accomplished technology leader with more than two decades of experience leading technology change for over a thousand New York City nonprofit organizations. Joshua is focusing on cybersecurity in the nonprofit sector, working with at-risk organizations to address digital security challenges and providing cybersecurity training and awareness programs to nonprofit personnel.Read More
Joshua Peskay is an accomplished technology leader with more than two decades of experience leading technology change for over a thousand New York City nonprofit organizations. Joshua regularly presents and teaches on topics such as Technology Strategy, Cybersecurity, Project and Change Management. Joshua is an Expert Trainer for Idealware, faculty for the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN), teaches Cybersecurity for Nonprofits at Civic Hall in NYC and collaborated on a Cybersecurity course with Whole Whale for their online learning platform.
In recent years, Joshua has been focusing on cybersecurity in the nonprofit sector, working with at-risk organizations to address digital security challenges and providing cybersecurity training and awareness programs to thousands of nonprofit personnel.
Ann joined Whole Whale in 2013 and has been making splashes since then in the areas of design, development, and A/B testing. She keeps the New York team afloat and works directly with clients on using design and tech to scale their impact. Ann is a regular speaker on nonprofit tech topics, having presented on machine learning and A/B testing for good at Strata and NTC in 2018.
Tuttle has worked with hundreds of purpose-driven organizations over his 20+ year career, developing groundbreaking national & global campaigns that reach & engage millions annually. As the CEO of TuttleCo, a digital strategy agency, he is also a frequent speaker nationally, training nonprofits on utilizing digital to build awareness, engage constituents, and increase organizational impact.
Brianna is a creative director and content strategist focused on helping nonprofits further their missions by improving their visual communications. She’s worked with organizations like Action Against Hunger, Equality Now, the National Hemophilia Foundation, and more. She works for CFR’s Education initiative, which creates educational tools to make international relations more accessible to all.
As Director of Content Operations at The Michael J. Fox Foundation, Joe Moran leads a team that works at the intersection of people, process, and technology to optimize resources, enhance workflows, and foster data-driven decision making so communicators can focus on creating high-quality, impactful content for the Parkinson’s community.
Prior to joining the Foundation, Joe was Chief Innovation Officer at True Colors United, a national organization dedicated to ending youth homelessness, where he oversaw creative, digital strategies, human resources, and project management. He also spent eight years building the communications and technology department at Quality Services for the Autism Community, a New York-based service provider with over 1,000 employees. Since 2015, Joe has trained nonprofit professionals from hundreds of organizations across the country on global standards for project management.
Joe is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).