Don't wait until a breach of privacy to talk about your community foundation's IT security. This webinar examines the must-haves and must-dos, including the minimum requirements and additional security procedures community foundations should have in place. But let’s not stop there. We will move into the world of real life examples of what can happen before during and after a (potential) breach. What happens with your insurance carrier after a notification as well as governmental entities that get involved when something goes wrong? This will open your eyes to the possibilities, experiences, and most importantly, solutions and protection in this underexposed area of impact in our foundations.
Randall (Randy) Hutts, Director of Finance, Wabash Valley Community Foundation
Randall (Randy) Hutts joined the Wabash Valley Community Foundation on May 1 as the new Director of Finance. Randy works with the board, staff and investment firm to ensure the financial aspects of the Community Foundation.
A Wabash Valley native, Randy graduated from Clark College with a major in computer science and a minor in accounting. In addition to completing studies in accounting at Indiana State University, Randy also studied business and accounting during his four years of service in the Army as a programmer/analyst.
Randy worked with Hillman Jewelers for 13 years in IT and accounting as their controller prior to beginning a 17 year term as the controller and General Manager at The Country Club of Terre Haute. Most recently, he was employed at USI Insurance as their Customer Service Office Manager.
Nicholas Lizanich, Director of Healthcare and Technology Risk Management, USI
Nicholas Lizanich is USI’s Director of Healthcare and Technology Risk Management in Indiana. Nicholas has over 10 years experience in healthcare. He started his career in Indiana with St. Jude Medical as a biomedical engineering working with patients, providers, and clinical staff on the implantation and interrogation of implantable pacemakers & defibrillators, ablation technologies, and interventional cardiology diagnostic equipment. Nicholas has spent the past 4 year with USI focusing on risk transfer strategies for hospitals, private practices, and medical technology companies; specifically in data-security/cyber, regulatory, management, and medical professional risks. Nick resides in Indiana with his wife and 3 children.
Nick is a member of the Indiana Rural Health Association (Current Board Member), Indiana Medical Group Management Association, Various Indiana Technology, Security, and Privacy Groups. He graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a BS in Biomedical Engineering and an MBA from Indiana State University.
Free for IPA/GIFT Members
$35 for Tri-State Partnership Members (MI, OH)
$50 for Members of Other Associations
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The Tri-State Community Foundation Webinar Series is a program offering made possible through a partnership between Indiana Philanthropy Alliance/GIFT, Council of Michigan Foundations, and Philanthropy Ohio. These webinars are designed for, but not exclusive to, community foundations.