Monday, January 26, 2015
Cyber Security for Associations:
How to Protect Your Data and Defend Your Assets
Recorded on March 27, 2014
Columbia Books & Information Services
Columbia Books & Information Services
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You know that the cyber attack on Target continues to generate astronomical recovery costs.  But did you know associations could be more vulnerable than Target?

Associations have limited resources for cyber security. Cost-savers like cloud computing open all-new access to systems and data, while trends like Bring Your Own Device allow private and organizational information to mix.

How do you keep the advantages of modern network technology without risking breaches that could sink you? 

Register now for Cyber Security for Associations: How to Protect Your Data and Defend Your Assets. Even if you’re not “technical,” you’ll leave this 90-minute webinar knowing how to benchmark your association’s cyber risks and use the right technology safeguards and policies to tighten security and lower potential liability.

Turn even limited resources into top-notch security.   Risk management experts Lou Novick and Tobin Conley understand the needs and budgets of associations. They'll show you how to prioritize and use today’s best strategies for keeping intruders out of your network and keeping your association out of court.

Reserve your space now to put all the right protections in place, including:     

  • How to identify what information in your association is most immediately vulnerable
  • How to minimize risks involving protected health information (PHI)
  • Who is considered a “business associate” (BA) and what responsibilities apply
  • Risks and compliance issues beyond HIPAA
  • How to anticipate the extent of possible expenses following a data breach
  • Why outsourcing (such as with credit card processing) does not protect you from a breach

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

Lou Novick is President of the Novick Group, Inc., a commercial property & casualty broker.  Lou writes extensively and speaks regularly on topics related to insurance and risk management to a diverse range of nonprofit organizations and industry groups. Lou has served on the boards of the Greater Washington Society of Association Executives, the ASAE Center For Association Leadership and as chair for the Finance and Administration Roundtable.

Tobin Conley is Senior Consultant at DelCor Technology Solutions.  With over 30 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, Mr. Conley has gained considerable knowledge of its administrative practices and information technology processes.  At DelCor, his focus consists of technology strategic planning, digital strategies, system assessment, and disaster recovery planning.

Clay Stabert is an Underwriter with the Executive Protection (“EP”) business unit of Chubb Specialty Insurance (CSI).  He specializes in writing the professional and management liability lines for private and not for profit entities within the DC region.  Clay has worked in the Insurance industry since 2007, holding Subject Matter Expert Roles in Miscellaneous Professional Liability and Cyber Security.  

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

  • Director of Operations
  • IT personnel
  • Communications and Marketing Directors

Why let that risk hang over your association? Register now for Cyber Security for Associations: How to Protect Your Data and Defend Your Assets. 

CAE Credits: Live webinar attendees are eligible for 1.5 CAE credit hours. Association TRENDS is a CAE Approved Provider. This program meets the requirements for fulfilling the professional development requirements to earn or maintain the Certified Association Executive credential. We will maintain records of your participation in accord with CAE policies. For more information about the CAE credential or Approved Provider program, please visit

Qty.PriceStanding OrderProduct Name
$215.00   Cyber Security for Associations: OnDemand Recording Only
$1297.00   Association Webinar Training Pass: Includes 12 months of unlimited live and archived webinars
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