Data Breach, Cyberliability, and Your Nonprofit


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Since I’m not talking to anyone specifically and there’s no fear that I’m trying to sell you something, I’m going to dispense with the niceties.   You do have to worry about data breach and cyberliability issues. I don’t care how small your nonprofit is. I don’t care how high-tech your IT guy is. I […]

Your Healthcare Nonprofit, Data Breach, and Mobile

The Case of the Missing Laptop According to Redspin, a Healthcare IT Security Firm, the most common cause of private health information (PHI) data breaches is the loss or theft of a laptop or other mobile computing device (35% vs. 22.1% by ‘unauthorized access’). The Redspin report released in February of 2014┬ávoices concerns that one […]

Do Nonprofits Need to Worry About Data Breach Lawsuits?

  I hate when people worry about anything. My advice to you: Don’t worry about data breach lawsuits. ┬áThat’s just wasted energy. But you should take precautions, and you shouldn’t file the idea of a data breach lawsuit into the ‘That Won’t Happen To Me’ storage box and put it up in the attic. Data […]