In today’s digital age, many nonprofits collect and store valuable and sensitive information about their target audience, including their client base and supporters. This can come with innumerable benefits. While such information may advance the sector’s work, nonprofits are responsible for protecting this data in the face of persistent security threats. This is especially relevant given that the recent COVID-19 crisis has forced much of our work to happen virtually. Cybersecurity and digital privacy have become top-of-mind issues across the nonprofit sector and it is now more important than ever for nonprofits to manage their legal risks in this growing digital landscape.
This workshop will be presented by Marnie Berk of New York Lawyers for the Public Interest.
Participants who complete the post-session evaluation can receive a PDF copy of the presentation.
Area of Excellence: Technology & Data Use and Advocacy & Strategic Alliances
Please Note: This meeting is open to staff and board members of current Nonprofit New York member organizations and non-member organizations. Organizations may send more than one individual to participate, HOWEVER if the event sells out registration may be limited to ONE person per organization due to space constraints.
If your organization is not a current member of Nonprofit New York, visit Nonprofit New York’s website for more information on joining.
Registration is required. Please be advised that by registering for this event, unless we hear from you otherwise, we will include you as part of our regular mailing list. Please also be advised that the event will be recorded by Nonprofit New York.