Data breaches seem to be in the news constantly. While the press tends to go to mega data breaches like Target, Ashley
Madison, and Anthem, data breaches can—and do—occur at organizations of all types and sizes. Nonprofits, including small nonprofits, almost certainly have personal information that needs to be secured, including credit card and other payment information from donors and payroll and tax information (including Social Security numbers) from employees.
Breaches (as simple as a stolen laptop) can result in legal liability and damage to the organization’s reputation. The new article on our website identifies ten steps that a nonprofit can take to help protect the personal information it holds.
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