Following on my last blog post on passwords, I turn my attention now to physical devices. Do you have employees that work remotely and/or access sensitive donor or ticket buyer information on a device they own, such as their own iPhone or personal computer? And if so, do you know what data is actually stored on those devices? What would happen if there was a compromise – their laptop was stolen, or they lost their cell phone? Would you have donor data or anything knowing as PII (Personally Identifiable Information) out in the wild? Read the Article
One of the most surprising (and alarming) things I’ve read about recently is how easy it has been for some hackers to disrupt big, powerful businesses. From Sony to Target (and others we’ve never heard of) one of the lessons learned is that these companies seemed to have forgotten the basics.
Though data security, redundancy, and system back-ups could easily take up the space of many more blog posts, today I want to focus on just one – passwords.Read the Article