Data Protection Refresher for Association Leaders


Wednesday 5th June 2019

What Time?

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM AEST




You can’t just leave data security to your IT team! At this session learn what YOU need to know on how to protect your member data and safeguard your organisation’s reputation by mitigating your risk. A year on from the commencement of the Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme (requiring mandatory notification of data breaches) in Australia, at this webcast we’ll refresh and revisit the latest advice to help protect your organisation before a breach occurs, including: 

  • Importance of Data Security 
  • Understanding PCI 
  • Common online threats, how you can recognise them & what you can do to protect yourself & your information online 
  • Specific Threats to Associations & Not-for-Profits 
  • What your role is as an executive in ensuring your organisation is protected 
  • Top 12 Security Best Practices including top questions to ask your AMS/DMS/CRM vendor 

Paul Ramsbottom

Managing Director, Advanced Solutions International

Over the last 20+ years Paul has worked with more professional bodies, industry associations, charities and fundraisers than most people would gather in several lifetimes. He is passionate about helping Associations and Not-For-Profits reach their goals, through adopting new and innovative solutions to help them run more efficiently. 

He is Managing Director of ASI Asia-Pacific which has more than 600 Not-For-Profit clients in the region. Paul enjoys working everyday with great staff and great clients and is rewarded by seeing great things ASI clients using iMIS, Association Online and Donman systems do in and around the community and knowing that ASI is able to contribute to that. 

What's required to view?

✓ A computer with stable internet connection
✓ Activated speakers or a telephone

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