How the Equifax Breach Could Affect Your Organization
Breached information for individuals can be used to perpetrate social engineering attacks on the organizations where they are employed.
Cybersecurity Best Practices for Churches
Cybersecurity is no longer an “IT issue.” It’s a critical operational issue. Church leaders need to understand the risk and ensure they are devoting the proper resources to addressing it.
Death of the Complex Password
New password guidelines have been making headlines. Here’s what you need to know to help keep yourself and your organization secure.
Why Your Nonprofit Needs a Zero-Day Vulnerability Plan
New vulnerabilities — holes in software code that cyber criminals can use to gain unauthorized access to a system — are discovered every day. Creating and implementing a zero-day vulnerability plan will help your nonprofit respond quickly and effectively to each new threat.
5 Steps to Strengthen Your Church’s Cybersecurity Defenses
Hacking has been receiving a great deal of attention lately in the political arena, but many church leaders may not realize the severity and scope of the threat to their own ministry.
Anatomy of a Phishing Attack
Phishing is one of the most common cybersecurity threats. Understanding how a basic phishing attack works will help you protect your organization.
3 Common Cybersecurity Threats
While cyber breaches can take many different forms, they typically occur when hackers target common technical weaknesses. Here are three of the most prevalent cybersecurity threats all nonprofits face.
Vulnerability Targeting Apple and Android Devices Disclosed
Hackers can exploit this vulnerability to access your phone's internal memory and run any program. It's important to update your devices to the latest operating system immediately.
Companies Sued After Clients Lose Life Savings in a Wire Fraud Scam
What would happen if your organization was hacked? And what would happen if you were sued for not adequately protecting donor or employee information?
Vendor Mistake Leads to Data Leak Affecting Millions of Verizon Customers
At least 6 million Verizon customers had their personal information compromised after a vendor mistake left customer records unsecured.