Ken Montenegro is the Technology Director at the Center for Constitutional Rights. As the technology director, Ken is responsible for ensuring technology is used to advance the programmatic objectives of the Center for Constitutional Rights. Prior to coming to the Center for Constitutional Rights, Ken was the technology director at Asian Americans Advancing Justice Los Angeles. He is a co-founder of the Stop LAPD Spying Coalition and of the Radical Connections Network. Ken is a graduate of the Peoples College of Law and Vice President of the National Lawyers Guild. He is a long-time activist with grassroots communities and movements, in particular around immigration and policing.
Setting the Table: Cybersecurity Readiness with Tabletops
What it's all about
Cybercrime is something that happens to somebody else -- right up until it happens to your organization. TableTops are an effective way to understand the impact that different types of cyber threats can have on your organization and constituents and give you clear steps to reduce the likelihood and impact of cybercrime.
Watch this session to learn:
What TableTop exercises are, how to conduct them, and why they help
How TableTop exercises play an essential role in organizational preparedness for responding to cybersecurity incidents.
How to use the results of your TableTops to develop and prioritize a cybersecurity plan
Destiny Bowers is RoundTable's Director of Cloud Solutions. If your organization looking to go Google, bounce to Box, move to Microsoft or dabble in Dropbox, Destiny is our expert. She can help you navigate your path to the cloud: from planning to migration to training and optimization. Destiny is also a member of our Cybersecurity and Project Management Teams, making her a rare IT triple threat that can handle the technology, the security and the people. With two decades of IT experience across a wide range of projects and platforms, she's helped organizations large and small, nonprofit and for-profit, cloud-loving and cloud-phobic to select and implement technology that helps them succeed.
Joshua Peskay is the vCIO and Cybersecurity expert at RoundTable Technology and an accomplished technology leader with more than two decades of experience leading technology change for over a thousand New York City nonprofit organizations. Joshua has a proven track-record for planning, implementing and supporting a wide range of successful technology solutions for nonprofits. Joshua is committed to helping organizations sort through the rapid pace of technological change to select the best products and services available and use them effectively.
In recent years, Joshua has been focusing on cybersecurity in the nonprofit sector, working with at-risk organizations to address digital security challenges and providing cybersecurity training and awareness programs to thousands of nonprofit personnel.