MFA

Protect Your Church: The Role of Multi-Factor Authentication

In a time when digital interactions touch so much of our ministry, securing your church identity and accounts has never been more critical. Cyber threats are coming from all sides, poised to exploit vulnerabilities and compromise sensitive information. One of the most effective and straightforward actions to minimize these risks is implementing Multi-Factor Authentication (“MFA.”)…

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10 Vital Cybersecurity Tips for Churches

Cybersecurity rightfully occupies a spot at the forefront of the news today and is a topic of great concern for leadership in churches, ministries, businesses, and organizations of every kind. The concept can be overwhelming to many, and unfortunately, too many churches do not have a comprehensive strategy in place to prevent attacks from those…

Phishing

Beware Phishers of Men: 5 Ways to Prevent Their Attacks and 5 Ways to Minimize the Damage After You’ve Been Hit.

At Enable, we are seeing an ever-increasing number of “phishing” schemes and other types of cyberattacks directed towards churches. For a variety of reasons, cybercriminals have identified churches as an attractive and potentially lucrative target. In this article we describe and analyze a recent church-focused phishing attack and provide 10 concrete steps you can take…

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Does My Church Need Cyber Liability Insurance?

An All-Too Common Scenario You hear a new story almost every day. Cybercriminals use social engineering to bypass technology safeguards and security protection to infiltrate email systems, bank accounts, credit card accounts, member databases, and other areas containing sensitive data. The criminals then utilize the data to steal money and identities, create access for future…

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Cybersecurity in the Real World: Spooky Stories From Real Churches Just Like You

Cybersecurity attacks can feel like vague, distant, ambiguous things that “happen to other people.” It’s easy to kid ourselves into thinking we’d never fall for a cyberattack, but the unfortunate reality is that this happens to incredibly smart and accomplished people all of the time. Cybersecurity attacks aren’t so obvious anymore, and they’re not passive…