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Crafting Your IT Security Policy

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August 2017
We all have questions on security at our nonprofit organizations. This month CTO Matt Eshleman walks you through writing or updating an official policy – the questions to ask and the main issues your security policy needs to address. I know we have an IT security policy at my organization, but I’m not sure it is up to date with all the new cloud applications we’re using and all the new security risks I read about. Everyone uses their own devices to work in and out of the office – how can I support them without creating extra security risks? What do we need to do if a device is stolen? How do...
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Hiding in Plain Sight: Implicit Bias Presentation

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October 2015
A burgeoning field of scholarship suggests that unequal racial, gender, and other outcomes may be partially explained by the implicit, or unconscious, bias held by many of us, particularly key decision-makers, such as doctors, teachers, judges, and philanthropists. From the 2015 Funders Forum, the presentation on implicit bias by speakers Johanna Wald and Andrew Grant-Thomas.
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Coffee and Conversation with Robert Wood Johnson

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October 2014
The Bingham Program and the Maine Philanthropy Center co-hosted a coffee and conversation for funders to meet Paul Kuehnert, Team Director for the Bridging Health and Health Care Portfolio at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Download Paul Kuenhert's presentation on Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's approach to funding in health.
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