Protect your nonprofit from fraud and other security breaches – Learn about IT and financial controls that may help protect your organization from modern day security attacks and hacking



In this session we will educate on common security threats and provide tools to help secure your organization from these modern day security attacks and hacking.  We will focus on the basics such as user training, process controls, and new technologies that can prevent phishing scams, bank fraud, etc. from disrupting or disabling your organization.

Russell Greenwald, Vice President
Russell co-leads the delivery of Insource’s professional services to our clients.  He is jointly responsible for the overall management of client engagements and providing leadership to and strategic direction for Insource’s consulting services. Russell is an experienced professional with more than 20 years business experience.  He has a proven track record working with EPs on strategic goals, developing multi-year plans, and seeing implementations through to completion, particularly in the areas of process and technology.  Insource’s staff and clients profit from his focus and expertise in creating structure, procedures and systems to support effective business operations and success, and his passion to solve problems. Russell previously worked as an account manager and senior level technician for a technology consulting firm. Russell holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from Brandeis University.

Elizabeth Stasiowski, Senior Finance & Accounting Manager
After serving as a director of finance for nearly a decade, she uses her extensive experience to keep clients on track financially, up-to-date with regulatory requirements and compliance issues and looking forward to create long-term financial stability. Elizabeth is experienced in addressing boards of directors and making financial data accessible to a variety of stakeholders and decision-makers. Her background includes a strong understanding of grant management, Government Auditing Standards, OMB Circular A-133 compliance and UFR preparation; and she has developed budgeting and tracking tools and templates.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in romance language (Spanish) from Boston College and a Master of Social Work from Boston University. She has also earned certificates in accounting, public purchasing and nonprofit management and leadership. 

Insource Services, Inc. is a professional services consulting organization. We partner with nonprofit organizations, providing our clients with expert bookkeeping, accounting, and financial, human resource and technology management services and support. We love solving problems and making things work better for our clients. For additional information, visit www.insourceservices.com.

Tuesday, November 12
9:00am - 10:30am

NonProfit Center
South Room
89 South Street
Boston, MA 02111

Please note: This event is free, but an RSVP is required as space is limited.


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