How to Protect Your Nonprofit from Cybercrime
In July 2014, Goodwill Industries learned from a credit card company that some of its customer data might have been stolen. The Maryland-based charity, whose 2,900 stores fund job programs, has been working with fraud investigators to learn the extent of the breach.
But regardless of the size of any financial losses, the nonprofit has taken a hit to its reputation, thanks to widespread media coverage of the incident. Data thieves and other cybercriminals don't limit their attacks to large, high-profile organizations...(Read More)