A nonprofit’s focus is its mission. Whether they’re supporting humanitarian efforts, promoting animal welfare, fighting climate change, or working to improve health equity, they are focused squarely on providing critical services and support to their community. Social impact organizations are deeply engaged in delivering programs, coordinating, managing volunteers, processing donations, supporting fundraising efforts, and myriad other activities. With all these priorities on their plate, security might seem like something that can wait. Unfortunately, it can’t. Security is more critical than ever for nonprofits.
This e-book provides ways to strengthen a nonprofit’s digital security, including tips on gaining buy-in from leadership and your board, and building security awareness and skills throughout the organization.
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Data security is an important part of creating data-driven organizations. If an organization is investing in collecting and utilizing more data it must also invest in protecting that data. Unlike some data initiatives, security practices are often invisible to your employees and end-users, and for that reason can be underutilized. This guide outlines some of the important data security practices that organizations should consider developing and deploying.
Resources from Principles for Digital Development, The CALP Network and +6