NFPs Must Do More to Prepare for the Digital Age
Pro Bono Australia interviews Lucy Bernholz and Perpetual Ltd.’s Caitriona Fay about digital capacity building in the Australian non-profit sector.
NFPs must better prepare for the digital age
Third Sector reports on the Digital Civil Society Lab’s partnership with Australian partner Perpetual Ltd.
The Lab team are in Australia delivering a series of workshops on digital civil society and digital data governance for non-profit leaders, hosted by Perpetual Ltd.
Catherine Brown, CEO of Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation in Melbourne, reflects on what philanthropic foundations should be thinking about as funders of the social sector within a digital world.
Is your board prepared for a hack?
As hackers become increasingly well organized and sophisticated, boards must understand the potential for a cyber attack is a when, not an if, scenario. Learn more in this guide from the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Vermont Public Radio interviews Lucy Bernholz on digital security for VT nonprofits
Lucy Bernholz sits down with Vermont Public Radio to talk about why Vermont’s nonprofits should be thinking about digital security. Read and listen here.
Policies for sharing digital cultural resources
Cultural organizations will be interested in new resources for shared and standardized policies for sharing digitized cultural resources. Learn more at RightsStatements.org.
DigitalIMPACT makes the news!
The Vermont Digger covers May 2016 workshops. See the article here: http://vtdigger.org/2016/04/25/international-leader-on-digital-rights-to-lead-workshops-for-vermont-nonprofits/
Handling Student Data Safely and Ethically
Important post for nonprofits about ethical, safe, effective (and legal) handling of student data – from friends at Benetech
NTEN talks about digitalIMPACT.io
Read NTEN’s article on digitalIMPACT.io in its April Newsletter. Link to full article here https://www.nten.org/article/supporting-ethical-data-choices/