How Nonprofit Cyber Attacks Really Happen

We live in a digital world, and the reality is that no one is entirely safe from a cyber-attack. Nonprofit organizations develop with an interest in doing good work for the community, in serving others and providing for the greater good, but even nonprofit organizations can fall victim to ...
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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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The 4 Most Common Types of Cyber Attacks & How to Prevent Them

Cryptolocker, WannaCry, Petya, there seems to be a new cyber attack each week. These scams are plaguing the nonprofit community and costing organizations thousands.The good news is that there is plenty you can do to ensure your organization does not fall victim to scams and attacks. Below are the ...
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