The Nonprofit’s Guide to Online Safety: Protecting Your Passwords

This post is part of our Nonprofit's Guide to Online Safety series. As more of our work lives take place online, chances are the number of digital accounts and tools needed to get work done is growing. With new accounts comes the need to create (a...

The Nonprofit’s Guide to Online Safety: Safer Online Searches

This post is part of our Nonprofit's Guide to Online Safety series. These days, online searches are an inevitable part of being online. But have you ever wondered why the ads you see online can be so precisely aware of your tastes and interests? T...

The Nonprofit’s Guide to Online Safety: Antivirus Technology

After unpacking the basics of online safety and exploring encryption best practices, today our Nonprofit’s Guide to Online Safety series continues with an in-depth look at antivirus technology.   What is a Virus?   A virus is any unwanted program ...

The Nonprofit’s Guide to Online Safety: What is Encryption?

This post is part of The Nonprofit's Guide to Online Safety series. With many nonprofits embarking on a process of digital transformation, the amounts of personal information managed and stored online are growing at rapid speed. As a result, knowi...

The Nonprofit’s Guide to Online Safety: Understanding the Basics

As more of us continue to work remotely and stay home longer than usual, our Internet use and exposure to screens have grown exponentially. Unfortunately, along with this rapid rise comes a higher exposure to cyberattacks and data breaches. Nonpro...

Determining The Best Tech and Policies for Your Nonprofit

By: Jori Hamilton, freelance writer. Photo by fauxels from Pexels Our contemporary business and social environment relies upon the advantages of our digital world. While not everyone is fluent in tech use, most to some degree spend a significant ...

7 Ways to Bolster Your Nonprofit’s Data Security

By: Adeel Qayum, security enthusiast and a blog writer at Privacy Noob. It’s common to think data breaches only happen to private/for-profit  companies like Target and Home Depot, but nonprofits are targeted too. People Inc., a nonprofit human ser...

4 Free Tools for Your Nonprofit Tech Team

In my previous February Freebies posts, I gathered five free tools to help your nonprofit's program team alleviate common pain points, and six free graphic editing programs to help your marketing and communications staff create quick and professio...

What's Cloud Computing and How it's Different to a VPN

By: Harold Kilpatrick, Security Consultant and Blogger Nonprofit organizations have many of the same needs as for-profit businesses, from data storage to digital security. However, because so many nonprofits are strapped for resources, such basic...