The second session in our series on digitalization and the community foundation business model dives into business innovations for community foundations designed to address cybersecurity.
Hear from Josh Levy, Stanford’s Digital Civil Society Lab, as he provides practical insight to how to protect yourself in this era of cyber attacks, digital hacks, phishing scams, and breaches of all kinds.
With the realities of endless attacks actually occurring in our technologically, interconnected world, everything you thought—or hoped—was protected is now vulnerable.
Consider tactics you can take to protect your foundation—its grantees, donors, and staff. Explore practical considerations for day-to-day operations that expose the risks and further advance your efforts to stay protected from disaster.
Included in this webinar is at least one small step every foundation can take to improve in the area of digital security (and not pie-in-the-sky, wish you could do kinda change).
- Josh Levy, Non-Resident Fellow at the Digital Civil Society Lab at Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society
- Jim Grams Director of Technology, Seattle Foundation
- Ann Puckett, IT Manager, Grand Rapids Community Foundation
- Bryan Del Rosario, Legal Counsel, Council on Foundations
- Brad Ward, Director, Community Philanthropy, Council on Foundations
- Russ Barratt, Vice President of Technology, Council on Foundation
What else can you find in this series on digitalization?
- Recording of Data: Not Another Four Letter Word
- Coming Spring 2018: Impact of Digital Donations, DAFs, and Philanthropic Innovations on Community Foundations