Churches need protection too
It’s a dangerous world out there and even though churches have some extra protection built in, it is on us to protect what has been entrusted to us. Protecting the data that is on your servers and workstations should be one of your top priorities. We help you do just that and more. We understand church finances can be tight, that’s why churches receive the same care and services as our business clients but at a special rate.
The reality is that small nonprofits may be among the most vulnerable to hackers for several reasons:
- Under-staffing: By utilizing volunteers rather than paid professional staff, many non-profits don’t have the expertise or the infrastructure to implement and maintain best practices for security.
- Simpler Systems: Most nonprofits use a reputable online payment system that is protects credit card information. Yet, sensitive information that is of interest to hackers goes well beyond a credit card number. User names, email addresses, physical addresses, and, potentially, passwords can all be put to use by hackers and easily accessed trough most unprotected software.
- Database Access: When nonprofits need to involve volunteers, they may extract information from the secure database into an unencrypted spreadsheet and email it out.
- It’s Just Easier: Sean Parker, once said: “This is core to the hacker mentality: We hack systems that can be hacked and leave the rest.” Nonprofits are very vulnerable to these kinds of hacks because the hackers don’t have to work very hard to get in and are unlikely to be found out.
Let us sit down with you to see how we can help your business with your
technology. With so much that you could gain, what do you have to lose?
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