Today, more than 50 countries around the world are accelerating efforts to protect and control the digital information produced by their citizens, government agencies, and corporations.
These emergent regulations and country specific laws create stringent rules on how data can and cannot move around the globe and directly increase the operational complexity of NGOs, foundations, and nonprofits.
This one-hour webinar brings together data privacy and IT security experts from leading NGOs to share practical guidance and best practices on real world issues related to data protection and cyber security. Panelists will draw from their real-world experiences to shed insight on leading a mission driven organization while simultaneously protecting the people they serve in an ever-evolving cyber landscape.
- Yves Couturier, CIO Executive, Croix Rouge
- Matt Mitchell, Founder, CryptoHarlem and Technology Fellow, The Ford Foundation
- Jerry Tuan, CIO, CARE USA
- Moderator: Matt Howard, CMO, Virtru
What You’ll Learn:
- Challenges that NGOs and Nonprofits face as it relates to cybersecurity and data protection
- Ethics of data collection, notably how foundations can collect information they need while protecting those they serve
- Embracing data privacy and sovereignty as a unique mission differentiator
- Leveraging encryption tools and access control to enable secure and private collaboration