Build Your Cybersecurity Breach Defenses Before It’s Too Late
By Rachel Sams When a cybersecurity breach hits your organization, it’s too late to build optimal defenses. Your best opportunity to protect your nonprofit’s data exists now. It’s tough for any nonprofit to prepare for a crisis that hasn’t happened yet. Staffs and budgets are stretched thin everywhere. But with a reasonable amount of time … Continued
Comparison: HR Systems for Small Nonprofits
This factsheet compares and contrasts the features of 4 leading HR web products that offer pricing and options appropriate for small nonprofits: BambooHR, Eddy, Gusto, and Zenefits.
Ready to Respond: Building Resilience for a Cybersecurity Incident
Cybersecurity breaches can be scary and overwhelming for any nonprofit. This factsheet has six MUST-DO TASKS for any organization to ensure you’ll be ready if and when a breach happens.
By Whitney Claire Thomey “Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a few minutes, including you.” – Anne Lamott When you find yourself traveling at the speed of risk, is it necessary to stay plugged in to organization communications, local and world news feeds, and updates from social media? Staying “on” all … Continued
Demystifying Cyber Liability Insurance
By Whitney Claire Thomey Every nonprofit that collects and stores confidential information, Personally Identifiable Information (PI), or Protected Health Information (PHI) is vulnerable to a costly data breach and its consequences. Data breaches, denial of service attacks, and phishing scams are a sampling of methods that cybercriminals use to steal and extort data. Organizations must … Continued
National Community Action Partnership – Management and Leadership Training Conferece
“Overcoming Fear of the Unknown: How to Inspire a Risk-Aware Posture for Cyber and Tech Risk”