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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…

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Why You Need A Password Manager

It’s not news that secure passwords are the number one end-user security measure you can take to ensure you are safe online. Surely by now you’ve heard how dangerous it is to use the same password for every account you have — but remembering multiple strong passwords is very difficult. How many times have you…

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A Guide to Security and Privacy In Strange Times

During these unprecedented times of “social distancing,” “shelter-in-place,” and “stay-at-home” orders, everyone is having to learn or experiment with new technology and work habits. For many people, this will mark their first exposure to remote work and virtual settings. With these new realities comes a need to not only remember a few fundamental security tips,…