On a nearly weekly basis, reports of cyberattacks against private companies or government entities surface. Although news headlines may not be filled with the vulnerabilities nonprofit organizations face, nonprofits are not immune. By understanding what cybersecurity is, performing a risk assessment, and implementing simple strategies, nonprofit organizations can protect themselves from cyberattacks.
This guide provides an informative overview of cybersecurity, and offers a risk assessment along with simple strategies to help nonprofits protect themselves from cyberattacks.
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