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Schedule A Call Go To Main Content ABOUT About Us Get Involved PROGRAMS Cisco Meraki Nonprofit Discount Learn More Shop Cisco Meraki Cisco Meraki Documentation Request Price Quote 30 Days Meraki Trial Environmental Sustainability Wholesale Internet Co-Op Learn More Request Pricing No-Cost IT Equipment Recycling Global Network Assessment ISP Monitor and Evaluation Proactive IT Help

February 22, 2024
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blog As the world becomes increasingly digitized, so do the risks associated with online business. Cyber-attacks are becoming more sophisticated and targeted, and nonprofits are especially vulnerable. Here are some tips on how to protect your nonprofit from cyber-attacks:

1. Educate yourself and your staff on cybersecurity risks. Awareness is key to prevention.

2. Keep your software and anti-virus programs up to date. Outdated software is one of the biggest vulnerabilities for any organization.

3. Create strong passwords and don’t reuse them. Passwords should be at least 8 characters long and include a mix of letters, numbers, and symbols.

4. Back up your data regularly. This way, if you are attacked, you can quickly restore your data from a backup.

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blog As the world becomes increasingly digitized, so do the risks associated with online business. Cyber-attacks are becoming more sophisticated and targeted, and nonprofits are especially vulnerable. Here are some tips on how to protect your nonprofit from cyber-attacks:

1. Educate yourself and your staff on cybersecurity risks. Awareness is key to prevention.

2. Keep your software and anti-virus programs up to date. Outdated software is one of the biggest vulnerabilities for any organization.

3. Create strong passwords and don’t reuse them. Passwords should be at least 8 characters long and include a mix of letters, numbers, and symbols.

4. Back up your data regularly. This way, if you are attacked, you can quickly restore your data from a backup.

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