Cybersecurity Fundamentals for Nonprofits


October 20, 2022

Start Time

1:00 pm

End Time

2:00 pm



Event Type


Registration Details

Members: Free
Non-Members: Free

Special offer

Get unlimited professional development with an NU Subscription.

FREE to eligible arts organizations through the Georgia Arts Accelerator.


Nonprofits are increasingly finding themselves targets of cybersecurity attacks. When these attacks happen, they can be especially disruptive to services and operations, making a tremendous impact on already vulnerable communities. Unfortunately, the motivation behind these threats is no longer simply financial, meaning that the playing field for bad actors and the range of targets have expanded. So what do nonprofits need to know about cybersecurity in order to ward off these attacks?

As an eminent subject matter expert on digital enablement and cybersecurity, Jeff Kramer, EVP of Digital Transformation & Cybersecurity Advisory Services at Aprio, has the answers. Prevention and early detection of threats is key for the security and continuity of your organization. In this program, Jeff will help you understand the cybersecurity “kill-chain” and how to implement threat detection that protects your operations, your client data, and your reputation.


This session is for organizational leaders and operations teams of nonprofit organizations.


Presented By:

Registration Note

Due to a system update, you may encounter a pop-up blocker while registering for upcoming programs. To be sure your registration processes correctly, please be sure your browser allows pop-ups for the GCN Portal. Click here for instructions.


Jeff Kramer
Jeff Kramer

Share This Event:

You might also be interested in these events

Management Accelerator 2: Managing Teams

Gain skills for effective, inclusive leadership, and ready yourself to build high-impact teams that know how to adapt.
April 25, 2024
9:00 AM

Time Management

This course will provide you with a framework to understand your own strengths and weaknesses around time management.
May 7, 2024
9:00 AM

Welcome to the new!

We hope you like it as much as we do. If you have issues finding anything, reach out to us at