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    While there are various ways in which someone can exfiltrate data, email is always the biggest risk. What makes data exfiltration on email so dangerous, and how can nonprofits get ahead of it to prevent the next major data breach?

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    Development offices hold sensitive donor data and require high-level security measures to keep that data safe. So why aren't fundraising software vendors, who have access to the same donor data, held to similarly high expectations of security?

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    In order to remain compliant and prevent data loss incidents and breaches, health care leaders must have visibility over data movement. But data loss incidents are happening up to 38 times more frequently than leaders currently estimate. 

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    This year for Gravyty’s annual “Greatest Hits” collection, we considered everything - from our company culture, to our amazing partnerships with our customers, and even the impact we work tirelessly to make on the world at large.

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    In order to keep organizations secure, it is important that employees are able to recognize the most common types of email attacks and understand the potential impact that they could have.

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    Fundraisers are overwhelmed, overworked, and feeling the pressure to keep pace with their organization’s demands for end-of-year giving. Understanding how stress impacts cybersecurity behaviors could significantly reduce the chances of a data breach.

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    While cybersecurity policies, procedures, and solutions are often focused on cybercriminals outside of the organization, more and more often, it’s people inside the organization who are responsible for data breaches.

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    As we all know, spear-phishing requires targeting a specific person within the organization to breach its security systems. But the scammers behind these attacks know that tricking different people can yield different results.

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    So how can fundraisers protect themselves and their organization from a potential data breach? Here are some easy tricks to quickly identify phishing attacks and how to avoid them.

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    Nonprofits are entering their busiest time of the year as they begin end-of-year giving campaigns. But nonprofits and their donors may get more than they bargained for as this surge makes the “Golden Quarter” a golden time for cybercriminals as well.

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