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Culture is Key to Cyber Resilience

June 20 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


In light of the growing number of cyber threats and the emergence of new technologies, it is crucial for organizations to establish a culture of cyber resilience. The people within an organization are the most vital component of its security, and their attitudes and actions towards security are influenced by the organization’s structure, policies, processes, and leadership.

In this webinar, our Chief Technology Officer explores the change in mindset required to transform into a cyber resilient organization, so that every person at every level in the organization can feel more prepared to face today’s threats confidently.

About Our Instructors
Francis Johnson | Chief Technology Officer, Tech Impact

Francis Johnson serves as Chief Technology Officer at Tech Impact. Through managed IT, cybersecurity, consulting services, unbiased research and educational resources, Tech Impact has partnered with thousands of nonprofit organizations since 2003. In his capacity as CTO, Francis oversees the delivery of all technology infrastructure projects, cybersecurity, compliance, and support services. He leads a team of engineers and analysts who support the work of thousands of nonprofit staff and volunteers across hundreds of organizations nationally.

Francis is passionate about helping nonprofits build their technology and operational capacity to serve more constituents and communities in an efficient and secure manner. With over 15 years of nonprofit experience, he is constantly seeking new, secure, efficient, and cost-effective ways for organizations to fully adopt technologies that strengthen their missions.

Francis hails from The Gambia in West Africa where he managed an Internet café in his youth before moving to the US to study computer science at Eastern Mennonite University.

Jahzeer Terrell | IT Security Associate, Tech Impact

As Tech Impact’s IT Security Associate, Jahzeer Terrell works to support nonprofits in optimizing their security with the resources available to them. Jahzeer began his career troubleshooting machines past warranty and providing technical support for Mac OS while a student at University of the Arts in Philadelphia. After experiencing a personal cyber attack, Jahzeer’s passion for IT security was furthered, and he’s been fascinated with how to stop cyberattacks ever since.


June 20
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Tech Impact
(215) 557-1559
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