Matthew Bonn, Sr. Functional Consultant, Zuri
When organizations are ready to focus on updating and upgrading their systems and procedures, it’s important to understand different methodologies and their benefits. In this session, we’ll examine the difference between digitalization and digital transformation, and why organizations need to transform, not just automate their businesses. We’ll cover the challenges, approaches, and areas of transformation through metrics and workbooks to map out customized plans.
Maybe not at the top of your list of fun things to do, but having cybersecurity insurance is a must-have for all nonprofits. Insurance companies are now requiring minimum standards for policy holders. Just like your homeowners insurance requires locks on the doors and smoke detectors, cyber insurance requires MFA, email filtering, DNS filtering, endpoint detection and more before issuing a policy.
Work with our tech experts to walkthrough a checklist of the standard requirements to prepare for your cyber insurance policy renewal.
Jon Lehtinen, Senior Director of Okta on Okta and Board Member at IDPro
Cybersecurity is an ever-evolving landscape, and nonprofits face unique challenges when it comes to identity management and security. Limited IT and security personnel, funding constraints, and a myriad of stakeholders to protect like donors, and program recipients can slow adoption of technology, ultimately leaving sensitive data vulnerable and putting stakeholder trust at risk.
This presentation will guide IT and security practitioners through a step-by-step approach to identity and access management. You’ll learn why to prioritize identity components like single sign-on, lifecycle management, and passwordless authentication, how to identity considerations for protecting and fostering trust with volunteers, donors, members, and program recipients, and hear how other organizations have effectively navigated the identity journey and achieved tangible improvements in security and stakeholder trust.