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On-Demand Webinar: Cybersecurity & Data Management Best Practices for Nonprofit Organizations

According to a study by the University of Maryland, cyber-attacks happen on average every 39 seconds.

Blue & Co. hosted a webinar on Tuesday, July 13 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. EST entitled Cybersecurity & Data Management Best Practices for Nonprofit Organizations.

Andrew Brock, CPA, sat down with two of Blue & Co.’s cybersecurity and data management experts to discuss best practices for nonprofit organizations managing customer and donor data either remotely or on-site.

The group discussed best practices for:

  • The cybersecurity risks NFPs are facing
  • Solutions NFPs can implement to reduce their cybersecurity risks at no cost
  • Security considerations for those continuing in a remote or hybrid work environment
  • Some additional low-cost solutions to continue to reduce your cyber risks

Duration: 1 hour

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Speakers: 

  • Andrew Brock, Not-for-Profit Audit Manager
    Blue & Co., LLC.
    Andrew Brock is a Not-for-Profit Audit Manager in the Blue & Co. Seymour, Indiana office. Andrew has more than 7 years of experience in public accounting serving a variety of organizations with a specialty in non-profit organizations. He has a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accountancy and a minor in Theology from the University of Notre Dame. He currently serves as treasurer and on the executive committee for the Boys and Girls Club of Seymour, IN Board of Directors. He is the parish treasurer for Calvary Lutheran Church and School, chairman of the Finance Committee of the Blue Foundation, and sits on the Education Committee with Indiana Philanthropy Alliance.
  • Tom Skoog, CISA, CISSP, Cybersecurity & Data Management Practice Leader
    Blue & Co., LLC.
    Tom Skoog has more than 29 years of experience providing IT risk management services in a variety of industries including not-for-profit. In his previous role, Tom was responsible for the IT risk and audit practices for the offices in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky business unit. He was responsible for delivering both external and internal audit services along with other advisory offerings including cybersecurity, system controls integration, strategy development, project management, and helping clients comply with a variety of regulatory requirements. Tom received his Bachelor of Science degree from Northern Michigan University in 1987. He services on the Board of Directors for LifeCare Alliance, which is the parent organization of the Meals-on-Wheels program in central Ohio, one of the largest in the country. He serves on the Finance and Technology committees and chairs their Risk Committee.
  • Cathy Reed, Technical Support Supervisor
    Blue & Co., LLC.
    Cathy Reed has more than 20 years of experience working on Blue’s IT team. Her primary responsibilities focus on software management and support, training, and managing the internal IT support team. She has led major initiatives that include the firm-wide adoption of two-factor authentication and provides ongoing enforcement of document retention policies for our various electronic storage applications. Cathy attended Lansing Community College and has A+ and Network+ certifications. In her free time, she volunteers for the March of Dimes’ Walk America program and the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life program.

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