Focus on what counts

Not-For-Profit Risks in the COVID-19 Environment

Aug 5, 2020
John Eusanio | Ken Yormark


Wednesday, August 5, 2020  11:00 AM - 12:00 PM ET (8:00 AM - 9:00 AM PT)



With fraud and cyber-attacks increasing by over 500% since the COVID-19 pandemic began, all organizations, whether for-profit or not-for-profit, are under siege and being challenged with having to defend their data while also contending with a scattered workforce and diminished revenue.

To help not-for-profit entities protect their information during these unprecedented times, this webinar will cover challenges entities face in preventing, detecting, and responding to fraud and cybersecurity-related activities including:

  • Board governance and responsibilities considerations
  • Factors of fraud susceptibility
  • Common frauds occurring in NFPs
  • Internal Control matters
  • Examining today’s cybersecurity landscape
  • Avoiding social engineering threats such as spear phishing
  • Navigating the labyrinth of data security and privacy regulations
  • Deploying an effective cybersecurity awareness training program
  • Verifying that third-party vendors are securing your data from compromise
  • Developing an incident response plan that will help your business quickly respond

CPE and CLE will be provided


John Eusanio, CPA, CGMA
Partner, Not-For-Profit Practice Leader
Citrin Cooperman

David Roath, CPA
Partner, TRAC Practice Leader
Citrin Cooperman
Ken Yormark, CPA, CFE, CFF, CAMS
Partner, Forensic and Litigation Advisory Services Practice Leader
Citrin Cooperman
Bridget M. Weiss
Arnold & Porter