Identifying phishing can be harder than you think. Phishing is an attempt to trick you into giving up your personal information by pretending to be someone you know. Can you tell what’s fake?
Apparo recommends these articles from Facebook, which provide information on how to address concerns related to potential hacking.
Kim Lanphear, Apparo’s CEO, leads a lively discussion about the importance of nonprofits addressing their cybersecurity issues. She is joined by Kevin Harris and Brian Hinkle from AAA Carolinas and Apparo’s very own Stephanie McKee.
While all the different types of cybersecurity testing can be overwhelming, we’re here to help you choose what’s best for your nonprofit.
The current pandemic – and related rise in people working remotely – present new security threats. In this webinar, panelists take us through simple steps for data protection.
Here we go over the current Zoom security best practices for keeping your meetings and webinars protected, in light of recent security threats.
For all wondering, “Should my nonprofit still use Zoom?” based on recent security concerns, we decided to get to the bottom of it.
This information was shared by FBI collaboration group InfraGard. Please be aware and proceed with caution whenever you receive a suspicious message.
Most of us know spam when we see it, but seeing a strange email from a friend—or worse, from ourselves—in our inbox is pretty disconcerting.