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How to secure your nonprofit's website

Nowadays, cyber attacks can happen almost anywhere and to anyone who operates in the online world. No matter if you own a profitable business or a nonprofit organization, you may become a target of a cyber attack nonetheless.  It's difficult enough for nonprofit organizations to attract valuable investors and interested individuals who will donate to their cause without the lingering issue of investors' sensitive data being stolen or funds getting hijacked. What's more, nonprofits allocate the majority of their funds to the cause, which leaves less for implementation of proper security measures. However, without the proper security measures in place, nonprofits risk not just losing funds or putting their patrons in an unpleasant situation, but also risk putting the entire cause in jeopardy. That's why it's important to secure a website and ensure the safety of both the nonprofit organization and their investors. Here are a few ways to secure your nonprofit's website.
Page last edited Mar 26, 2018

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