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.
Another Large Global Cyberattack Is Underway
Less than two months after the massive WannaCry ransomware attack hit organizations in 153 countries, another global cyberattack is underway.
How Strong Is Your Organization’s Cybersecurity Strategy?
No nonprofit is immune to a cyber attack, regardless of the size of the organization or its IT team. Take this short online test to check the strength of your organization’s cybersecurity controls.
Ransomware Attack Costs Web Host $1 Million
Ransomware is a very real and growing threat. This attack demonstrates that even tech providers have cybersecurity weaknesses, and attacks can affect any system or software.
What the Supreme Court Ruling on Church Plans May Mean for Your Organization
The Supreme Court has ruled that a plan maintained by a “principal-purpose” organization qualifies as a “church plan,” regardless of who established it. What does this mean for your Christian nonprofit organization and its retirement plan?
Do You Need to File Form 5500 for Your Health and Welfare Plans?
Many nonprofits aren’t aware that they may need to file Form 5500 for their health and welfare plans. This post explains the requirements.
Report Gift Cards on Form W-2 for Employees
The IRS recently clarified the rules for reporting gift cards given to employees on Form W-2. Check out this example and an explanation of the rules.