Nonprofit IT Security Group Training

Special Offer for WA Nonprofits Members

Washington Nonprofits

Group IT Security Training (Online)

For organizations looking for the most economical training option, our recurring 90-minute group trainings are a great option.

We’ll do a deep-dive into the most common security issues facing most organizations. We limit each training to 20 participants and we leave time for Q&A to address specific questions/concerns you have. By the end of this training, users will be armed with a solid understanding of modern-day threats with an assortment of practical, easy to understand tools to interrupt and avoid cybercrime.

These group trainings happen twice a month and are a flat $95 per participant (organizations can share a single computer/monitor for small groups).

Check the schedule button below to see our upcoming group training sessions.

Special Offer for Washington Nonprofits Members

Save $25 on our Group Nonprofit IT Security Training

$95 $70 (after coupon) Per Computer for 90-Minute Live Training

Coupon Code: WANONPROFITS (use at checkout, code good for any scheduled training)

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Nonprofit IT Security

It’s in the news almost every day it seems. Breaches, hacks, digital ransom, it seems everywhere. If you are a small/medium nonprofit, where do you start? “Security Consultants” want to charge you five figures for what sounds like pretty simple services. Yet, the threats are all too real, something many nonprofits are experiencing either first-hand or hearing about other organizations facing.

It’s true, nonprofit organizations are known to the hacker community as easy targets. With our own clients, we have seen sophisticated attacks against small organizations that we normally see in the commercial sector in clients 10X-20X their size. Sadly, it is known that many nonprofits are under-staffed and under-resourced, which means that their defenses are down.

What Are Nonprofits to Do?

Ask any IT security professional about the #1 thing that any organization can do to protect themselves and they will most often say “user training”. After all, it is users who open the email attachment they shouldn’t, who click on the poisoned link, who after five years still use the password “Password1”. Of course, there are concrete steps management can take to make smart policies and choices, but at the end of the day, windows of opportunities are open for hackers because users keep them open.

Of course, to solve any problem the first step is to fully understand it. By doing a thorough inventory of real vulnerabilities an organization has, leaders can implement software, systems, and procedures to combat their risk head-on.

What can your organization do? You can learn about what your risks are and train your users to not let the wrong people in. We can help.

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From friendly, glad you called, expert helpdesk support, to helping you leverage technology to provide efficient automation and powerful process augmentation, we can help your organization get the most out of its technology investments.


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