Incident Response Training for Nonprofits

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:exclamation:Registration deadline has been extended!:exclamation:

PagerDuty is excited to offer our Incident Response Training for Nonprofits. Join PagerDuty.org for a free half-day training focused on real-time operational response strategies. Participants must be working with a nonprofit / charity organization but do not need to be a PagerDuty customer.

Friday, April 5, 9am-12pm.
Continental breakfast provided.
PagerDuty HQ

Register by April 3 to secure your spot, space limited to 30 participants.

Why Incident Response matters for nonprofits…
Users today demand near absolute reliability and availability, requiring nonprofits to manage inevitable issues as quickly as possible or risk harming beneficiaries and productivity. These harms escalate when breakdowns occur across technologies or teams engaged in crisis response, time-sensitive healthcare, or disaster response. PagerDuty knows it’s imperative that all organizations have a strategy for managing real-time operations quickly and effectively, particularly when resources are constrained.

What you’ll gain…
You’ll learn incident response best practices drawn from PagerDuty’s experience with more than 11,500 commercial and nonprofit customers, as well as best practices derived from government agencies (NIMS, ICS). Through instructor-led content, interactive elements, and hands-on exercises, you’ll have the opportunity to practice procedures learned during the course and to learn from other tech nonprofits driving operations in real-time.

After this workshop, you will be able to…

  • Implement an effective incident response process across your organization, regardless of its focus area or maturity
  • Identify the roles involved in incident response and that of an Incident Commander
  • Leverage PagerDuty’s commitment & resources to empower those working to make a difference in the world (product donation, technical & volunteer resources, etc.)

You must register to attend by March 29th as space is limited to 30 participants.

If you have any questions about the training, feel free to drop them here. Come ACK with us!

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