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How Non-Profits can Assess and Evaluate Privacy Risks
Everyone is worried about privacy but what exactly should we actually be worried about? What are some of the daily ‘risks’ and the broader considerations for non-profits, today?
In this presentation, Christopher will identify some practices that non-profits can adopt to both secure their clients’ personal information and to make better decisions about what information to collect or not. He’ll identify how non-profits can develop transparent and effective policies concerning the collection of personal information, basic and intermediate levels of securing some of that data (and what not to do with it, once you’ve collected it!), as well as some common ‘threats’ that such organizations might experience. These threats will identify different parties that could intentionally or accidently compromise non-profits’ computers, some of tactics third-parties might adopt to compromise data stores, and ways to potentially manage such threats.