Real World Cyber Risks for Lean Foundations

Complimentary for Exponent Philanthropy members / $60 non-members

We are all reliant on our technology, and we typically don’t think about how to protect it until something happens. Sadly, small organizations are being targeted more and more in ransomware attacks due to the valuable data they have and the regulations around maintaining it.

The often-costly consequences of cyberattacks – both financially and to your reputation – are inevitable and in many cases can cause severe damage, in some cases putting an organization out of business.

Learn about your cyber risks and what steps you can take to improve computer security from Mike Mooney, senior vice president at USI Affinity, Exponent Philanthropy’s partner in providing members D&O and other insurance.

Topics to be covered: 

  • Why small offices? 
  • Data security gaps 
  • Steps to improve computer security 
  • Cyber insurance & today’s cyber insurance market 
  • Cyber statistics 

    A recording of this program will be available to those who register. 

    Speaker


    Mike Mooney
    Senior Vice President – Professional Liability Practice Leader, USI Affinity 

    Mike Mooney oversees the underwriting, operations, risk management, and sales departments that support the professional liability programs. With more than 20 years of industry experience, Mike has worked extensively on many facets of insurance programs for professional service firms. Prior to joining USI Affinity, Mike spent more than eight years with Aon in a variety of management roles. He currently sits on the NYSBA Cyber Subcommittee, NJSBA Cyber Security Task Force, and the NYSBA Task Force on Attorney Well-Being.  


    Who Should Attend

    This program is open to foundation donors, trustees, and staff; individual donors; donor advised fund holders; and members of giving circles.

    Registration and Other Policies

    Please register by clicking this link, even for complimentary programs. Prior to the webinar, you will receive your unique webinar access information. By registering for this program, participants are agreeing to Exponent Philanthropy’sParticipant Guidelines. Please contact us by email or at 202-580-6560 if you have any questions. 

    Members can access past webinars in our webinar archive 

    Platform and Accessibility

    This program uses Zoom; automated closed captioning available. We can provide additional accommodations upon request (e.g. live captioner, ASL interpreter). Please contact info@exponentphilanthropy.org or call 202-580-6560 by April 28 if you need any accommodations