Cybersecurity in Low-Risk Organizations: Understanding Your Risk and Making Practical Improvements
Tuesday, February 19
11 AM Pacific Time
Mission-driven organizations often need support in identifying and fending off basic online threats. For organizations with decentralized operations or a wide volunteer base, proper connectivity is crucial. However, many organizations want to establish an online presence quickly, and they ignore basic security steps, such as using a formal identity system or multifactor authentication.
This webinar will guide resource-constrained organizations through:
Understanding what qualifies as a low-risk organization
The basic tenets of cybersecurity
A basic, risk-informed decision-making process to identify where they need to invest in digital security
This webinar is designed for public interest organizations whose work is not likely to generate targeted online attacks from motivated actors. Other organizations, like journalists or defenders of human rights, could find the lessons broadly applicable but not addressing their specific needs.
About the Speaker
Director of the Citizen Clinic, Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity at UC Berkeley
Sean is the Director of the Citizen Clinic and a Research Fellow at the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity at UC Berkeley. As Director, he manages the Clinic’s relationships with client organizations and external partners, develops the educational agenda for the clinic, and manages the clinic’s staff and researchers. Sean has supported the privacy engineering and cybersecurity programs of many influential organizations, including the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the Center for Democracy and Technology, and numerous private-sector cybersecurity companies.