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Fraud comes in many forms. It can include cyber attacks, bookkeeping, or fraudulent vendors/contractors. In an ever-evolving, interconnected workplace, the threat of ransomware and social engineering is increasing at an alarming pace and risks to personal and organizational data have never been greater than today.

Building upon our May 2018 fraud webinar, this webinar will give you the opportunity to learn how to reduce your organization’s risk from one of the most common methods of cyber attack: phishing. Our presenters will give you a deeper dive into the issue of phishing and how it could specifically effect small to mid sized non-profit/voluntary organizations and their leadership, board members, or operational staff. Real world examples will be highlighted to offer practical, effective areas where your organization can improve and long term strategies and recommendations will be offered to help protect you, your team and your organization's digital assets from those that would look to profit at your organization’s expense. Hosted by Volunteer Alberta, Romanovsky & Associates LLP and Generation Electronics will discuss why phishing is so common, how to identify it, and how to protect you and your organization.

An open question period will also be available at the conclusion of the webinar for participants who are interested in going more in-depth into any of the topics covered.

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