Password Stuffing and What You Can Do

Nonprofits need to worry about more than just phishing attacks. One of the most common ways organizations can be compromised is a sneaky attack called "Password Stuffing." In this scenario attackers buy or download lists of usernames and passwords stolen from various insecure websites. This ranges ...
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Hunting the Phishers - How to Report a Scammer to the Authorities

More and more often nowadays, phishers are using malicious links and faulty e-mails to scam and phish people online. These attacks rely on the same basic strategy: To trick you into providing your financial or personal information — often by masquerading as a trusted source such as your bank, ...
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4 Ways to Protect Yourself from the Equifax Hack

There is an alarming amount of information that was able to be stolen including; Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and, in some instances, driver’s license numbers of as many as 143 million Americans − almost half the country. The big lesson here: Prepare yourself; this will happen ...
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Microsoft Say's Nonprofits Should Be Prepared for a Cyber Attack

A recent report by Microsoft reveals a 300% increase in the number of malicious attacks on its cloud services. Nonprofits are increasingly becoming targets for attacks. Cryptolocker, WannaCry and various phishing scams are plaguing the nonprofit community and costing organizations thousands. The ...
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Growing Cyber Security Risk for Health Care Organizations

A decade ago, pretty much all health records were paper. Then, in a matter of few years, health care organizations switched to electronic records. But the security of digital health has not kept up with its growth. Other industries, like financial services and the federal government, have ...
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Executives are at the Highest Risk of a Cyber Attack

Despite the known risks facing organizations today, such as data breaches, business decision makers (BDMs) and CEOs are putting critical data at jeopardy. According to Code42’s CTRL-Z study, three quarters (75%) of CEOs and more than half (52%) of BDMs admit that they use applications/programs that ...
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Google Account Security Tips

Apps connected to your Google account are sites and applications in which you have granted permission to access your Google Account. There are several different levels of access you can grant, from viewing basic profile information to having full access to your account. With the rise of cyber ...
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Easy Encryption Tips for Nonprofits

If you have been paying attention to the news lately, it seems like every other story is on some type of cyber security hack. The FBI even issued a public service announcement warning of recent ransomware attacks. Here are 10 simple tips to keep your nonprofits sensitive information secure. 
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Google Accounts Hacked by Android Malware

1 million Google accounts infected by Android malware called Gooligan.
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Nonprofits Donor Data is being Stolen

With the recent public service announcement from the FBI, ransomware and cyber security has become serious business for nonprofits. Not only do they need to protect themselves from attacks, but they have a responsibility to protect sensitive client and donor data. Here are the three most common ...
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