Breakfast, Networking & Educational Series - September 17, 2020
8:00am - Virtual Event
Dear PPP-RI Members,
We hope you and your family are doing well. Your friends here at Partnership for Philanthropy Planning RI (PPPRI) are looking forward to sharing some inspiring and practical programming for the upcoming 2020-2021 year.
The Board has decided to move the first two meeting of the new year to a virtual setting and we are eager to provide you with opportunities for continued education and engagement.
As of right now, the National Association of Charitable Gift Planners is moving forward with the planning for their annual conference in Chicago on October 7-9, virtually. Therefore, we will plan to accept applications for the Alan Axelrod Memorial Scholarship, which covers registration fees for a current PPP-RI member employed by a non-profit organization.
We are proud to present you programming as a benefit of your membership in PPP-RI. As always, remember to renew your membership HERE.
We hope you will be able to join us virtually for the first of these interesting and informative webinars open to members only. See below for details and registration information.
Cybersecurity risks & Best Practices for non-profits
Presenter: Linn Freedman, Partner, Robinson + Cole, Adjunct Professor, Brown
University and Roger Williams University School of Law
Working remotely has its challenges and one of them is the Cybersecurity risks to organizations with remote workers. As an organization, what privacy considerations will you and your employees face when transitioning back to the office from working from home. We will also discuss practical questions to ask your insurance broker about these cyber risks.
About Linn Freedman::
Linn Freedman practices in data privacy and cybersecurity law and complex litigation. She chairs Robinson + Cole’s Data Privacy + Cybersecurity Team. Ms. Freedman focuses her practice on compliance with state and federal data privacy and security laws and regulations, as well as emergency data breach response, mitigation and litigation. She also counsels clients on state and federal investigations and enforcement actions. She has a particular focus on health information technology and has assisted clients with navigating laws governing the access, use and disclosure of protected health information and substance use disorder information and HIPAA compliance.
Ms. Freedman is an Adjunct Professor at Brown University in the Executive Masters in Cybersecurity Program and at Roger Williams University School of Law teaching Privacy Law. In addition, she has been nationally ranked in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business in the area of Privacy Law since 2012, was named in Becker Health’s Women to Watch in Health IT in 2020, was listed in Best Lawyers in America and Super Lawyers in 2020, has been recognized by the National Law Review as a Go-To Thought Leader and Lexology as a Legal Influencer, won LexBlog’s First Reader’s Choice award in Cybersecurity every year from 2015-2019, was named Health Data Management’s Top 50 Healthcare IT Professionals in the US, and is frequently interviewed and quoted in numerous publications including the Wall Street Journal and National Public Radio.
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