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Managing the Aftermath of Cyber Attacks

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September 26th 2018 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Colorado Nonprofit Association | Training Center
Suite 100
Denver 80203 - 3529

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Phone: (303) 865 - 8270
Event Fee(s)
Member $ 0.00
Non-Member $ 65.00
AFP $ 60.00

Our professional development trainings are made possible by the generous support of U.S. Bank



Nothing prepares you for a system lock down, deletion of files or corruption of mission critical data.  Is your team ready to handle an incident response?  Get an optimal understanding of processes that can be set up in your organization that initiate incident response protocols as soon as a potential threat becomes visible.  As with any emergency, the versatility of the team is critical. Monitoring the data and reading the triggers of an attack are imperative. 

Join us to learn how to establish an effective incident response team, become familiar with protocols that can be used to monitor your systems, and how to read the data for quick response in case of a threat. Lastly, identify the skills needed to have a state of the art team that can monitor, triage and mitigate attacks.  

Event Description
Learning Objectives

  • Understand the key steps to have incident response preparedness in place

  • Figure out best practices on selecting and managing a stellar incident response team

  • Identify the gaps in your current business strategies that need to be filled to ensure optimal cyber security coverage.


Management team (business and IT managers) of nonprofits, foundations, small businesses that what to get a handle the prerequisites of setting up an effective Incident Response Program as well as learning the components of the program both from a preparedness and execution standpoint. 

Level of Difficulty


3 - 5 years of experience in the field


Saurabh Gupta, Gyan-i Inc.

Saurabh is the CEO/Founder of Gyan-i Inc. with over 25 years of information technology experience.  Fourteen years of it has been in information technology management and consulting for nonprofit and small business organizations. He has worked exclusively in the Information Security field for the last 10 years. Saurabh has a considerable amount of experience in managing compliance regulations as well as cyber risk standards such as CIS Top 20 Controls.  In the recent past, Saurabh served as the vice president of technology at the Daniels Fund.   He worked as the technology director for the Young Americans Bank and served on their technology oversight committee. He possesses a deep understanding of how non-profits and foundations manage technology.  He has technical and hands on expertise in leading incident response teams when and after a cyber-attack takes place. 

Gyan-i works very closely with Community First Foundation in managing the overall security posture of the program. Saurabh has a Master’s degree in Information Technology from University of Denver and an undergraduate degree in Business Management from University of Bangalore, India. Saurabh is also a CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional).

Qualifies for Excellence in Nonprofit Principles and Practices. Completion of a post-training evaluation is required for this training to count toward recognition. 


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Event Custom Fields
Training/Event Topic Information Technology
Training Medium In Person
Event Region Ft.Collins/Greeley, Denver Metro, Pikes Peak Region

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