<img alt="" src="https://secure.badb5refl.com/165368.png" style="display:none;">


Cybersecurity Trends for Nonprofits: An Expert Panel

James Baird American Cancer Society VP IT Security & Compliance
Stan Kubis Boys & Girls Clubs of America - CIO & Sr. VP IT
Mat Mathews Boys & Girls Clubs of America - Sr. Director IT Security
Armistead Whitney Moderator Apptega CEO

Sign Up to Watch the Webinar ON DEMAND

Your privacy is important to us and your information will be kept confidential.

What You’ll Learn at this Event


What are the cybersecurity trends nonprofits can focus on to more easily build and maintain a secure and compliant organization?


As nonprofits modernize their IT infrastructure, we face many challenges with people, resources and budgets for cybersecurity.  Learn how your peers are addressing these challenges.


Hear real-world insights into how other nonprofits are applying best practices to address cybersecurity challenges and opportunities.

About The Panel

James Baird
Vice President, IT Security & Compliance at American Cancer Society
An accomplished, well-rounded technology and information security program management leader with over 24 years of progressive experience building business partnerships and managing secure IT operations in the private and public sectors. 
Experience managing industry (PCI/PA, SSAE 16) and regulatory (GLB, HIPAA/HITECH, OCC/FFIEC, FERC/NERC (CIP), FISMA, FIPS, IRS Pub) compliance programs. 
Stan Kubis
CIO & Sr. VP - IT at Boys & Girls Clubs of America
Collaborative Executive Leader, Business Partner & Solutions Manager.   Dynamic career with a record of building business-aligned and responsive IT organizations which enhance the customer/user experience, streamline operations and improve results. Strategist, critical thinker, strong communicator and influencer. Noted for identifying, bringing shape to and delivering new initiatives, and building high-performance teams across the enterprise.
Mat Mathews
Sr. Director IT Security at Boys & Girls Clubs of America
Providing enterprise-wide leadership to establish and maintain a comprehensive information security and data privacy program that is critical to enabling the Boys and Girls Club of America to fulfill its mission. Responsibilities include ongoing risk assessments, policy creation, security incident response, and security documentation. Lead security advocate for engaging and educating nationwide-staff on information and IT security matters to improve its security posture. Accountable for strategic as well as pragmatic thought leadership regarding security vision, emerging technology products and threats as they pertain to organizational initiatives. 
Armistead Whitney
CEO | Founder at Apptega Inc.
Armistead is a passionate CEO, Board Director and entrepreneur with success growing software, security and Internet businesses from the ground up.  He has been featured on CNN, FOX News, ABC News and the Wall Street Journal for his expertise on technology and innovation to solve complex global security problems.