Cyber Security for Associations:
How to Protect Your Data and Defend Your Assets

Webinar • Wednesday, January 18, 2017


Recent high-profile cyber-attacks generated astronomical recovery costs and tons of poor publicity. But did you know that associations and nonprofits are equally prone to suffering devastating cyber-attacks?

Associations need to be aware of the wide variety of cyber-threats confronting their organizations on a daily basis, from data breaches and insider threats, to ransomware and other forms of attack.  With limited resources for cyber security, associations need to be aware of threats and how to manage associated risks before issues arise.  

Register now for Cyber Security for Associations: How to Protect Your Data and Defend Your Assets. You’ll leave this 90-minute webinar knowing how to manage your association’s cyber risks and use the right technology safeguards and policies to tighten security and lower potential liability. With cloud computing and BYOD policies, associations need to be prepared. Attend this webinar and let Cybersecurity attorney Brian Finch show you today's best strategies for keeping intruders out of your network and your association out of court.

Reserve your space now to put all the right protections in place and learn tons of new information from a cyber security expert, including:                     

  • An overview of the cyber-threat landscape 
  • How to prevent or mitigate those risks
  • Recent trends in cyber insurance and important statutes to be aware of
  • Tools to help manage liability for yourself and your members, such as the SAFETY Act

Remember, even having a small amount of sensitive data exposed can lead to staggering claims, lawsuits and recovery costs. Don’t wait to put safeguards in place!

Register now for Cyber Security for Associations: How to Protect Your Data and Defend Your Assets.                               

Meet Your Training Team
Brian Finch is a Partner in the Washington, DC office of Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP. He has been named by Law360 as one of its “Rising Stars” in Privacy Law in 2014 and a “Rising Star” by National Law Journal D.C. Brian is a recognized authority on cyber and physical security matters, focusing his practice on providing proactive liability mitigation advice to clients. Brian is also a leading authority on the SAFETY Act, a federal statute that can provide liability protection to companies following a terrorist or cyber-attack. Brian is a senior advisor to the Homeland Security and Defense Business Council, serves on the National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security’s advisory board, and is an adjunct professor at The George Washington University Law School. Brian regularly speaks and writes on security issues, and has written articles for the Wall Street Journal, Politico, The Hill, and other publications.

Who Will Benefit
This webinar is of value to IT and management staff in trade associations, individual membership associations, and nonprofits, including: 

  • Director of Operations
  • IT personnel
  • Communications and Marketing Directors
  • In House Counsel 

Don't wait, register your entire team today!

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