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[2022 Upgraded] The Latest Cybersecurity Checklist for Nonprofits

The following Cybersecurity Checklist for Nonprofits is a great first step to better protect your organization. Nonprofit organizations face constant challenges in developing a tailored cybersecurity action plan which addresses the difficulty in managing sensitive information and keeping their staff up-to-date with the latest cybersecurity trends.

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A Simple Approach for Nonprofits to Protect Their Credentials

Cybercriminals will not go away after the pandemic. In fact, they’re now more emboldened because of the recent successful breaches. Let’s remember, for example, in the UN mega-breach this year, hackers obtained employee credentials from the dark web and performed illegal activities between April and August. While the UN has yet to assess the overall damage in its network, researchers discovered that at least 100,000 employee private records were exposed.

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501c3 Cybersecurity: This Is What You Need To Know

501c3 cybersecurity has become a great concern in recent years. As ill-intended users find new and sophisticated ways to enact malicious behavior, it becomes imperative that your nonprofit takes action to protect work-related data and other sensitive information from your donors and partners.

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Discover Top 5 Nonprofits Cybersecurity Tips

501c3 cybersecurity has become a great concern in recent years. As ill-intended users find new and sophisticated ways to enact malicious behavior, it becomes imperative that your nonprofit takes action to protect work-related data and other sensitive information from your donors and partners.

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Nonprofit Cybersecurity For Partners: 4 Ways To Keep Your Data Safe

Nonprofit cybersecurity for partners is essential to prevent hackers from accessing personal and financial information. As ill-intended users are aware of the technical know-how constraints these organizations face, they have developed new tactics to invade nonprofits’ networks.

To help you protect your partners, we have prepared 4 essential steps that will keep hackers at bay:

Nonprofit Cybersecurity For Partners Tip 1: KnowBe4 Training

Phishing is a type of social engineering attack used to steal login credentials and financial information. The attacker often uses a trusted identity to deceive the victim into opening an email or message. The recipient is then tricked into clicking or downloading a malicious file, which can lead to a ransomware attack or the revealing of sensitive information.

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