Sarah Lynn and Michael Sellai highlight the steps that nonprofits should take to protect against security threats
“Security is a concern for organizations in any industry. While it is often discussed in the context of governments and private-sector companies, nonprofits need to be just as vigilant when it comes to understanding the need for data privacy and implementing solutions to keep critical information safe,” write BPM IT and Security Advisory Partners Michael Sellai and Sarah A. Lynn in their article for Nonprofit Business Advisor.
To combat the latest threats and vulnerabilities to nonprofit organizations that challenge IT and security functions, Sellai and Lynn identify five steps that nonprofit leaders can take to avoid or mitigate IT security problems before they arise.
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