Protect Your Nonprofit from Financial Fraud
This is a sponsored blog post by Community IT Innovators.
Join cybersecurity expert Community IT Innovators CTO Matt Eshleman and Carole Melvin, financial expert from Your Part-Time Controller, for a free webinar discussion February 16th on the financial threats that face nonprofit organizations and the steps you can take to protect your nonprofit from financial fraud.
Community IT has seen a spike in the number of incidents involving financial fraud over the past year. You’ve probably seen several cases in the news. Don’t let that be your nonprofit! In this webinar we will provide nonprofits with tips to combat these evolving threats. We’re excited to hear from a financial expert on incorporating people and process protections that your accounting and development departments can take to prevent financial loss. Carole and Matt will provide an overview on wirefraud, share some specific examples that they have encountered, and then talk about the steps you can take to protect your organization. They will discuss cybersecurity insurance requirements, and minimum technology protections you must have in place to prevent spoofing, malware, and wire fraud. As with all our webinars, this presentation is appropriate for an audience of varied IT and security experience. Staff who are involved in processing financial transactions will find it particularly relevant, whether or not you have IT responsibilities. We encourage you to attend to learn more about additional protections in training and monitoring financial transactions that can add another line of defense against these sophisticated attacks.