Cybersecurity Awareness 101 Seminar Offered to Area Nonprofits
Posted on 03/21/2017
Is your organization prepared with an effective cybersecurity framework to address growing risks? Area nonprofit organizations are invited to join the Licking County Foundation, the United Way of Licking County and Maloney + Novotny LLC as we examine the critical importance of cybersecurity on Wednesday, April 19, 2017 from 9:00 am to 10:30 am at TrueCore Federal Credit Union Community Room (215 Deo Drive, Newark).
Dale A. Dresch, IT Audit Manager at Maloney + Novotny LLC, will address the variety of risks introduced into operating systems as organizations grow their integration and reliance on information technology. He will focus on cybersecurity as it relates to nonprofit organizations, and the workshop’s topics will cover:
• What are the threats?
• How do they get into our systems?
• How can you prevent it?
• What to do if you have been breached?
About Maloney + Novotny LLC
Maloney + Novotny is a firm of certified public accountants (CPA’s) and business advisors whose business is based on four core values: commitment, integrity, teamwork and the will to win. The result… unparalleled service and dedication to our clients. For more than 85+ years, we have helped clients achieve financial success by providing attest, tax and advisory services, while building relationships that last. Locally owned. Independent. Decades of service. Currently representing more than 4,200 clients in a variety of industries. Our team of more than 125 professionals, in five offices in Ohio, will personally invest in the best solutions to help your business. Please visit www.maloneynovotny.com for more information.
The cost is $10 per participant with space limited to 50 participants. Register now!
For questions, please contact Megan Evans at email@example.com or 740-349-3863, x101.
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About the Licking County Foundation…Investing in Our Home
The Licking County Foundation helps people leave a lasting legacy to the community. We are many causes and generous donors with one common desire: to improve the lives of the people in our own backyard. Established over 60 years ago, the Foundation has grown to more than $90 million in assets through generations of gifts made by compassionate donors. Investing in our home has changed the lives of countless people by providing resources to a neighbor in need, helping a student achieve their dream of college, enhancing the beauty of our parks, supplying books to encourage an early love of reading, and much more. To find out how we can help turn your compassion into action: 740-349-3863 or visit www.thelcfoundation.org.
About the United Way of Licking County
Since 1933, United Way of Licking County has worked to improve people’s lives by uniting the community. United Way’s vision is for Licking County to be a productive community where individuals achieve their full potential. With the help of numerous volunteers and the generous financial support of donors, United Way awards funding to programs that show measurable outcomes in the areas of Behavioral Health, Children, Youth, and Families, and Poverty. This process includes collaborating to identify community needs, gathering dollars and resources to meet the identified needs, directing dollars and resources to programs and services and the on-going evaluation of outcomes of funded programs and services. United Way of Licking County encourages everyone to LIVE UNITED! To learn more please call 740-345-6685 or visit www.unitedwaylc.org.