NEWS RELEASE – Please join us for a seminar targeting two important risks that nonprofits need to manage properly. First, Howard Miller of L/B/W Insurance & Financial Services will explain risks and responsibilities of holding data such as employee records, donors’ financial information, and client medical records. Then, nonprofit attorney Kent Seton will explain the rules and regulations associated with Cause Marketing.
April 16, 2014
Valencia Country Club
27330 Tourney Road
Valencia CA 91355
Seminar & Lunch
Seminar and Lunch are FREE
Please RSVP by April 9th
RSVP to April Price at
L/B/W Insurance & Financial Services
AprilP@lbwinsurance.com (661) 702-6006
Data Responsibility Presentation
Presenter: Howard Miller of L/B/W Insurance &
Financial Services, Inc.
Howard is the Director of L/B/W’s Tech Secure
Division. He is a specialist in the area of cyber
liability and works with many non-tech
organizations designing proactive strategies to
prevent data loss as well as securing the insurance
to respond when data is lost or breached.
Cause Marketing Presentation
Presenter: Kent Seton, Esq. of
Seton & Associates, PLC
Kent has spent 14 years representing charities,
foundations, and corporations in all aspects of
their legal existence. His client roster includes the
Magic Johnson Foundation, Movember, the Los
Angeles Mission, and the American Red Cross of
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