By using a database of virus signatures, or patterns that are unique segments of malware code, anti-virus software helps organizations and individuals block and quarantine malware before it can infect files and systems. Over time, anti-virus software has evolved from being purely signature-based to more dynamic and behavioral-based, Lifewire notes. Read below to learn more about which anti-virus software is best for your nonprofit.
With 500 million users and over 95 million posts per day, Instagram has become an essential element of social media marketing. It’s critical to navigate Instagram the right way, which is why we put together this guide on how to set up, grow, and optimize your Instagram strategy to increase your audience, followers, leads, and customers.
For many nonprofit organizations, the fiscal year-end is June 30. Although the busy giving season in December marks the end of the financial year for donors, a June 30th fiscal year-end for nonprofits means it’s time to wrap up financial reports and budgets before July 1. Below are some quick fundraising ideas to help boost your bottom line.
As the Las Vegas ITWorks session draws to a close (graduation is this Friday, June 16th!), we wanted to take some time to thank all of our wonderful, dedicated volunteers. Without them, running our program would not be possible!
The ITWorks Las Vegas Spring 2017 class is graduating this Friday, June 16th. After an intensive 11 weeks of class time, five weeks in an internship, and CompTIA A+ certifications, the students are ready to start their careers in the IT field. Read more to learn about Denise Ramirez, one of the students graduating this Friday!
The recent string of high profile cyberattacks shows that even when the toughest cybersecurity policies are in place, many are still incomplete. After an organization suffers a cyberattack, they typically respond to their constituents warning them to change their passwords. But the organization remains vulnerable through the very means it uses to alert those constituents: Email. In fact, attackers can exploit that vulnerability using email that pretends to be a security warning from the organization, targeting users and wreaking even more damage.