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Get the Guide: 12 Steps to Internet Safety for Nonprofits

Let's be honest — no one thing you do is going to keep you safe from malware or hacker attacks. It takes a multipronged, multilayered approach to really improve your chances at keeping your organization, its data, and its staff more secure.

Our guide, 12 Tips to Stay Safer Online, provides 12 practical things to consider when evaluating your organization's security, as well as tips for addressing those potential security issues.

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The guide is divided into four sections: securing your technology at work, keeping it safe when you're away from the office, practicing safer social media practices, and protecting your data in the cloud. It's formatted as a PDF, so you can view it on just about any device.

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October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and all throughout the month, we'll publish and provide tips, information, and resources to help you improve your digital security. Visit our security resources for nonprofits page to learn more.