With the new normal ushered in by the coronavirus pandemic, cybersecurity will be of more significant concern in 2021 and afterward than in 2020. Nearly everyone is at home, working from home or otherwise, and internet usage just hit unprecedented levels.
Therefore, the web is currently chaotic and cyber attacks are more common. Governments, financial institutions, hospitals, and individuals are all at risk. Nonprofit organizations, too, are significant targets.
While the problem is pretty global, the issue is even a bigger nightmare here, even after the Michigan Cyber Initiative launched about a decade ago.
This guide aims to help you understand what cybersecurity for nonprofits entails. It also provides ways to implement the network security of your organization effectively.