This three-part webinar series will break down the misconceptions, best approaches, and key questions relating to cybersecurity to help you protect what’s important to your mission.
Join us live for Part 2 and 3 on August 18th and September 15 at 10:00 a.m. CT. Register below!
In today’s digital world, having cybersecurity measures in place is crucial for your organization. This three-part webinar series will break down the misconceptions, best approaches, and key questions relating to cybersecurity to help you protect what’s important to your mission.
Pt. 1 – July 21: Myths and Misconceptions about Cybersecurity in Nonprofits
Join us for the first of three interactive webinar events where Sightline Security’s Chief Trailblazer and Founder, Dr. Kelley Misata, will break down the language and complexities of cybersecurity and give you practical business geared approaches you can do today to improve the safety of the information inside your organization.
Pt. 2 – August 18: Not Like All the Rest – Cybersecurity through the Lens of Nonprofits
Join us for the second of our three-part series as we share timely insights and new approaches to help you and your organization improve how you safeguard the information that is critical to your mission. As a nonprofit, Sightline understands the challenges you face.
Pt. 3 – September 15: The Importance of Protecting Mission-Critical Data in Your Nonprofit Organization
About the Presenter
Dr. Kelley Misata, Founder and Chief Trailblazer of Sightline Security, President and Executive Director of OISF (Suricata), and former Director of Communication of The Tor Project, is a cyber and information security executive with 15+ years of experience in cyber and information security operations, marketing, and communications. Proven success bringing complex cyber and information security principles to business and non-technical audiences, Dr. Misata is a sought-after speaker for both technical and non-technical.
Today, she is expanding her groundbreaking research on nonproﬁts’ security preparedness into a new venture, Sightline Security, missioned to helping underserved enterprises and community sectors. Her current role as President and Executive Director of The Open Information Security Foundation and past role as Communications Director at The Tor Project allows Dr. Misata to spotlight her open-source and network security expertise. Expertise rooted in direct experience as a survivor of cyberstalking. Dr. Misata holds a Ph.D. in Information Security from Purdue University, a Masters Degree in Business Administration and Marketing, and a Bachelor of Science in Marketing.