Digital Privacy and Cybersecurity for Nonprofits: Managing Your Legal Risk
In today’s digital age, many nonprofits collect and store valuable and sensitive information about their target audience, including their client base and supporters. While such information serves to advance the sector’s work, nonprofits are responsible for protecting this data in the face of persistent security threats.
Cybersecurity and digital privacy have become top-of-mind issues across the nonprofit sector. It is more important now than ever before for nonprofits to uphold data privacy and manage their legal risks. While perfect security isn’t possible, assessing data risks and implementing practical security measures can help organizations minimize the likelihood and severity of cyberattacks and data breaches.
- Learn the differences between privacy, cybersecurity, and data security.
- Learn about Legal risk assessment and management.
- Learn the impact of threats and action steps that your organization can take.
This workshop will be presented in partnership with New York Lawyers for Public Interest (NYLPI) and will be presented by James W. Haldin, partner at Davis Polk & Mikaela Dealissia, Associate at Davis Polk
If your nonprofit would like to attend for free or you have additional questions, please reach out to [email protected].