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Adopting a Culture of Cybersecurity, A Necessary Step

Cybersecurity is critical to the success of any organization and can mean the difference between a secure organization that protects data or one that unwittingly leaves a door open for malicious actors.

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RoundTable Technology Announces SOC 2 Type 2 Attestation

RoundTable Technology is proud to announce that we’ve received a clean SOC 2 Type 2 attestation report. This rigorous, independent assessment of our internal security controls serves as validation of our dedication and adherence to the highest standards...

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Cybersecurity Awareness Training: 4 Ways to Get Staff Buy-In

Nonprofit organizations have a responsibility to protect their donors' information, as well as their own. This means that cybersecurity awareness training is essential for all employees. However, getting buy-in from staff can be difficult. In this blog...

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Cybersecurity Insurance: What is it?

In a world where data breaches are becoming increasingly common, cybersecurity insurance is a must for any organization that stores or processes sensitive information. Also known as cyber liability insurance, this type of coverage can help to protect...

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Protect Yourself from Fake QR Codes

With the pandemic also came a resurgence of QR codes. Once thought dead, at least in the United States, they are now more widespread than ever. From restaurant menus to Super Bowl advertisements (good one CoinBase!), they are ever-present in our lives...

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What is Pretexting? How to Avoid Being Victimized

Pretexting is a type of social engineering attack that is often used to gain access to confidential information. In a pretexting attack, the attacker creates a scenario in which they can extract personal data from the victim. For example, the attacker...

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A Crucial First Step in any Data Privacy Program

It’s not an exaggeration to say that the relationship between data privacy and cybersecurity is a symbiotic one. Data privacy depends upon cybersecurity.

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How to Spot Fake Job Postings on Indeed

Job seekers beware! Cyber criminals are now posting fake job postings on Indeed and other job boards in an attempt to steal your personal information. They may even ask you to send them your resume and other personal information, which they will then use...

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Phishing: Protect Yourself from a Social Engineering Attack

Phishing is one of the most common and well-known social engineering techniques. It's the process of sending emails (or texts, which is known as smishing) appearing to be from reputable sources in an attempt to get someone to reveal personal information.

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The 2022 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR)

What Nonprofits Need to Know

The Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report (DBIR) is one of the most comprehensive studies on data breaches in the world. Every year, Verizon releases a report that analyzes data from thousands of breaches across dozens of...

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