No organization—for-profit or nonprofit—wants to experience a password breach. Unfortunately, it does happen and in recent years unauthorized access to companies’ databases has grown into a serious concern. Over 1,000 data breaches occurred in 2016 alone, affecting millions of people. If our current security measures don’t get any better, many more organizations will face similar circumstances. One way organizations can
Is your organization putting enough emphasis on password security? Passwords are one of the primary ways organizations protect information, and they should be strong enough to restrict unauthorized users from gaining access to your information. But the unfortunate truth is that a good percentage of corporations are using weak or even compromised passwords. In order to keep our information safe, organizations
Auction events have incredible potential to dramatically increase your organization’s profit. Between unique auction items and eager bidders, your event is sure to provoke some competitive (and exciting!) spirit so long as you have the right tools to manage it. Online charity auction sites are every nonprofit’s best friend when it comes to planning and executing events. From different levels
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The most important information a nonprofit stores is its donor data. Keeping donor information safe protects not only your donors’ identities and financial profiles but also their trust in you as an organization. When it comes to the major donors you rely on for support, especially for large capital campaigns, security becomes more important than ever. You store a lot
In the last few years, companies like Yahoo, Target, and more recently Equifax have become victims of large data breaches affecting millions of people. No matter what type of organization you are—corporation or nonprofit—protecting your users is paramount. A secure, protected website not only decreases the likelihood of sensitive information getting into the wrong hands but also establishes trust with your