October 2023 SecCheck: A Cyber Security Action Plan Workshop Registration Closed

11 Oct 2023 - 18 Oct 2023

Two consecutive Wednesdays
October 11, 2023 
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM & October 18, 2023 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM ET

Many growing nonprofit organizations have not yet evaluated their current use of technology or their cyber security needs. Making the case for cyber security improvements is always a challenge. Often, the projects are not approved because they are not seen to be directly related to mission or program outcomes.

In this 2-part course, we will provide a structured approach to developing a cyber security report that provides current state assessment, gap analysis, projects and budget that close gaps by providing actionable recommendations. Our SecCheck is an expert-guided assessment that evaluates your organization’s cybersecurity and compliance maturity.

SecCheck is regularly a $450 service. Through this course, you will receive the completed assessment and report for $200.

By completing this course, you will:

  • Understand how cyber security aligns with mission outcomes and program productivity
  • Become familiar with how to assess 7 aspects of cyber security that affect your nonprofit
  • Gain knowledge of projects that can close gaps found through assessment in each category
  • Prioritize cyber security projects to meet budget with biggest impact on mission, program and staff productivity

Session 1: Cyber Security Basics
Cyber security upgrades should not be completed ad-hoc or in reaction to failures. A solid cyber security plan that assess and aligs cyber security with your mission and program goals will help your organization be more productive and produce better impact for your community. In this session, we will define the process to develop an assessment of current state.

Session 2: SecCheck Assessment Findings
In this session, we will discuss projects that can close gaps found through assessment in each category and prioritize cyber security projects to meet budget with biggest impact on mission, program and staff productivity. Tech Impact will produce and deliver the final report to each participant.

This course is best suited for:

Any-sized nonprofits looking for information about cyber security risks and wanting a high level assessment of their organization’s security vulnerabilities.

For any nonprofits looking for an action plan for risk remediation.

Who should attend this course?

Any nonprofit leadership/executive that has access to organization policies and technical professional(s) and b
asic knowledge of technology in use at the organization. 

About Our Instructor
Sabrina Holmes

Sabrina Holmes
IT Business Analyst​, Tech Impact​

Pronouns: She/Her​

As an IT Business Analyst at Tech Impact, Sabrina works with non-profits to find a technology solution that supports their organization’s needs. Prior to transitioning into Nonprofit Tech, she spent several years in the insurance industry as a risk management professional.​​

Outside of Tech Impact, she volunteers with Junior Achievement. In her free time, she enjoys traveling and embracing a little adventure. ​


Date Wed, Oct 11 11:30 am GMT-4 (America/New_York)
End Date Wed, Oct 18 1:00 pm GMT-4 (America/New_York)
Event Time Zone EST
Cut Off Date Tue, Oct 10 12:00 pm GMT-4 (America/New_York)
Individual Price $200
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