Nonprofits work tirelessly for the public welfare.
They deserve tireless cybersecurity protection.
Cybercriminals are highly motivated to target nonprofit organizations because of the vast amount of information they hold regarding financial donations and contributions, research, and email contacts that would be extremely valuable sold on the dark web. Nonprofits are also considered to be soft targets because their limited budgets mean they often can't prioritize their cybersecurity.
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Cybercriminals have already stolen large amounts from nonprofits
43% of cyberattacks target nonprofits and small organizations with 50% of nonprofits having experienced a ransomware attack.
"Breaches happen often, and when they happen to big companies, they make headlines... nonprofits rarely operate at the same scale, but the effects of a breach can still be devastating, both in terms of reputation damage and regulatory fees."
"It's only a matter of time before your organization gets scammed by email or your website gets hacked."
"Nonprofits... are usually run on very tight budgets and limited resources. This makes them an ideal target for cybercriminals."