Physical Security: The Old Man in the Young Man’s Game
Don’t overlook physical security in conjunction with your organization’s cybersecurity controls. The most robust cybersecurity measures are useless if a criminal can walk into your office and steal the hardware housing your data.
Managing the Risk from Mobile Devices
Better management and security controls for mobile devices should be part of the cybersecurity strategy at every organization. Consider these five steps to reduce your organization's cyber risk.
Join Us at the CLA 2019 Outcomes Conference
We’re looking forward to the Christian Leadership Alliance 2019 Outcomes Conference, where several members of our firm will be leading workshops and sharing their insight.
The Human Element of Cybersecurity and Social Engineering
One human error can be all it takes for an attempted cyber breach to turn into a successful one. Unfortunately, this risk is often overlooked in favor of more tangible cybersecurity efforts. Here are five steps you can take to strengthen your defenses.
Comparing Your Church’s Performance
Comparing your church’s financial results can help you spot issues as well as strengths and plan strategically. Here's how.
The Importance of Cybersecurity Training
While your organization needs to have filters, processes, and controls in place, it’s important to not overlook the “doors” that can be left unlocked by employees and other network users.
3Q 2018 Investment Commentary from Cornerstone Management
Equities rebounded in the third quarter, but a strengthening dollar and continued tightening by the Federal Reserve provided headwinds for other asset classes. Bryan Taylor of Cornerstone Management provides insight.
Helpful Nonprofit Cybersecurity Resources
National Cybersecurity Awareness Month is almost over, but it’s important to make cybersecurity a top priority year-round. Here are some ways you can boost your cybersecurity knowledge and defenses.
How Does Your IT/IS Garden Grow?
If you separate the IT and IS functions in your organization, you will begin to see how complementary these positions can be in supporting your technology environment in a secure and controlled manner.
Debt Measure for Churches: Debt per Average Adult Attendee
Whether or not you believe a church should go into debt, if your church has debt it is important to monitor debt ratios and measurements. Your lender will be monitoring them even if your church isn’t.