Many nonprofits engage in e-commerce on their websites, store and transfer personal data and collect information from their constituencies such as donors, volunteers, and email subscribers through their digital channels. To that end, these organizations collect and store sensitive personal information that is protected by law as confidential. When there is a data breach, that poses a risk for the individuals whose data was disclosed, and for the nonprofit that will now potentially be subject to liability for the breach. This resource provides guidance for organizations on securing their data.
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There are a myriad of skills, tools, and methods required to collect, store, and utilize data. This guide examines a few of the critical building blocks necessary for your data practice.
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Data is a powerful resource that many organizations have but it needs to be managed and stewarded with care. We must ensure that our data practices are in alignment with our overall organizational values, and that we do not increase the vulnerability of the people that we serve.
Resources from Future of Privacy Forum, IBM and +6