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    Rule-based data loss prevention can be a blunt instrument. Rules simply don’t reflect the limitless nuances of human behavior.

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    Cybercriminals are getting smarter every day, and are using social engineering to steal data. But what is social engineering and how are hackers using it?

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    The idea of data breaches being more a question of when rather than if has become mainstream. Here are some ways for nonprofits to reduce security risks.

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    While phishing awareness training will help employees spot phishing scams, it’s not a silver bullet.

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    Fundraisers routinely send work from their work email account to their personal account to more easily work from home, or outside office hours.

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    Nonprofits must implement security measures that decrease their likelihood of suffering a breach. Unfortunately, that’s easier said than done.

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    Preventing data breaches is no longer possible through security training alone. What steps can you take today to protect your most valuable assets?

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    Here are 9 data security terms and phrases that nonprofits leaders should know before a data breach.

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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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