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Embracing Change for Collective Impact. This year’s Summit theme reflects our optimism for the future and our recognition of the rapid change happening in our sector and in technology. True to NetHope’s legacy, our collaboration to explore, understand, and chart a course  to help our sector use technology well is key to achieving our respective missions.  With a renewed focus on working together, we can fully realize the promise of technology to impact our work, our organizations and our world.
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Thursday, November 5 • 1:15pm - 2:00pm
How to Build a Sustainable Information Security & Privacy Capability LIMITED

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NGOs often forget to pay attention to information security and privacy. With fairly limited resources - financial and otherwise - what strategies should agencies use to effectively protect their organizations, employees, and beneficiaries? What are some possible quick wins - audits, insurance, incident response plans, and incident response agreements with security firms? How should these plans be staffed? How can we leverage each other to produce a fully functioning InfoSec & Privacy unit? This session will attempt to answer these questions and solicit ideas from attendees on how to collaborate on solutions.

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Michael Duggan

CIO, Trocaire
Michael Duggan is the Chief Information Officer at Trocaire, the Irish Catholic Agency for International Development, where he oversees the ICT strategy and operations of the organization’s global work in Africa, Asia and Central America. Outside of his work in the nonprofit sector, Michael has worked for software start-ups, energy utilities companies, government and financial services. Michael holds a Master’s degree in Business... Read More →
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Joel Urbanowicz

Director, Information Security & ICT Process Governance, Catholic Relief Services
Joel Urbanowicz is Director of Information Security and ICT Process Governance in the Global Knowledge and Information Management (GKIM) organization at Catholic Relief Services. He received a B.A. degree in Communications from Michigan State University and an M.S. in Information Management from Arizona State University. He has actively worked in the information technology service management and governance domain for the past 10 years at private... Read More →

Thursday November 5, 2015 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Lounge 9 - 0.9.32

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