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Only You Can Prevent Security Breaches (12NTCitsec)

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You know that the biggest threat to your organization's IT system security doesn't come from outside your organization; it comes from the people within. But do the staff, volunteers, and other people who use your IT systems know that they have a vital role to play in securing your organization's systems? Join us in this session to talk about why IT security matters, the easy actions your staff can take to prevent security breaches, and how to talk with your staff about their role in securing the data your organization has been entrusted with.

Session Takeaways

1. Understanding of the important role system users play in system security.
2. Example policies to encourage secure practices.
3. Resources for further education and support.

Session Details:
Track: IT Staff
Date & Time: Apr 04, 2012 @ 1:30 PM
Level: Novice
Type: Strategic
Room: Powell

Session Speakers:
Kate Bladow
Powered Pursuits
Kate Bladow is the Founder and Principal Strategist at Powered Pursuits. She works with nonprofit organizations to expand their reach through technology. Kate specializes in using technology to build relationships, making complex ideas and processes easier to understand, and exploring how organizations can get more from the technology they already have.
Peter S Campbell
Legal Services Corporation
Peter Campbell is currently the Chief Information Officer at Legal Services Corporation, America's partner for equal justice. Prior to serving at LSC, Peter spent five years as IT Director at Earthjustice, a non-profit law firm dedicated to defending the earth. and seven years serving as IT Director at Goodwill Industries of San Francisco, San Mateo & Marin Counties, Inc. Peter has been managing technology for non-profits and law firms for over 20 years, and has a broad knowledge of systems, email and the web. In 2003, he won a "Top Technology Innovator" award from InfoWorld for developing a retail reporting system for Goodwill thrift. Peter's focus is on advancing communication, collaboration and efficiency through creative use of the web and other technology platforms. In addition to his work at LSC, Pet maintains a number of personal and non-profit web sites; blogs on NPTech tools and strategies at Idealware and; is active in the non-profit community as member of NTEN; and spends as much quality time as possible with his wife, Linda, and son, Ethan. Peter can be contacted through his website, at

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