This webinar is part of the 2021 Nonprofit Education Series
Ransomware, accounts payable fraud, vendor supply chain hacks… the list of threats facing nonprofits is bigger — and the stakes higher — than ever before. As a nonprofit leader, staying out in front of these highly technical, rapidly changing attacks can be daunting. That’s why BPM invites you to join our Cybersecurity Assessment Partner, David Trepp, as he discusses the evolving cyber threat landscape, explores current risks, and provides actionable guidance on steps nonprofits can take to defend and respond.
Full of striking examples and clear illustrations, yet expressly catered to a business leader’s context, David’s extensive offensive security knowledge, deep understanding of the anatomy of cyberattacks, and 32 years of business leadership experience will inform you while keeping you engaged. From why staff continually fall for social engineering attacks, to the key defense strategies against ransomware, to what cyber insurance can (and cannot) do to transfer cyber risk, David will paint a comprehensive picture of the current cybersecurity landscape. If your organization is seeking answers to the question, “what should we be doing about cybersecurity?” make plans to attend this webinar.
CPE Credit Available
DATE: Thursday, Oct. 28, 2021
TIME: 10 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. PT
Partner, IT Assurance, BPM
A technology entrepreneur since 1989, David has led thousands of information security penetration test engagements for satisfied customers throughout the United States and abroad. He has given dozens of presentations to audiences nationwide, on a variety of information security topics. David, a US Army veteran, is founder and CEO of [email protected] (now BPM), a leading comprehensive penetration test firm. David has worked in information security with nonprofit, healthcare, banking, law enforcement, government, and commercial organizations since 1998. When not at work, David exercises his risk management skills as an avid rock climber and long-distance cyclist.