Cybersecurity for Nonprofits

IT enterprises have more types of cybersecurity tools at their disposal today than ever before, and it’s increasingly difficult to determine which of these tools are truly needed for any particular environment. Nonprofits have tended to lag behind other organizations in terms of security tool adoption because of limited funding and, often, a generally trusting, open-minded culture. But with the help of this white paper and other resources, they can begin to catch up.

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