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Hackers Are Targeting Charities.
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Nonprofits are increasingly becoming targets for cybercriminals – in part because bad actors have figured out that most organizations have lax security.

Donor records, personal information about employees, sensitive details about clients, and many other confidential types of data have been hacked in recent months at charities of all kinds.

In our January issue, Ben Gose explains why organizations are vulnerable and how a growing number of companies and tech-focused charities are working to help nonprofits better protect themselves. He shows you how Catholic Relief Services took steps to beef up its security after a breach and offers sources of information that can help guide nonprofit leaders.


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