Protect against today's threats while promoting future growth

The headlines are full of stories of information breaches and other hacks in the corporate sector. These incidents cost companies millions of dollars, and in the case of retailers like Target and Home Depot, they chip away at consumer confidence. Breaches in IT security are also very real for nonprofits. Not having a system for managing your IT security is like not having a plan to secure the financial data of your organization. The truth is that all organizations, both big and small, are at risk. The key is to create and monitor your systems in order to reduce and minimize the risks.

With all the ways that technology can be a tool to help nonprofits manage data, operations, and membership, it can also create challenges if it is not managed properly. If your organization doesn't have a solid IT security strategy, developing one needs to be a top priority.

Highway T is a program of the Michigan Nonprofit Association and has been providing IT advice, planning, and support to Michigan's nonprofit sector since 2001.

Join us on Tuesday, April 14th from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM for a free and open session to ask a Highway T consultant any IT question. You will get straightforward advice aimed at making your IT easier to manage. 

In the meantime, here are some basic tips that all nonprofit organizations need to put in place today:

Protect your organization against today's threats while enabling future growth with security solutions from Highway T.

For more information or to schedule a free technology assessment, contact us at info@highwayt.org.

Leon Wilson Leon Wilson is the Senior Director, Technology and Data Engagement at Michigan Nonprofit Association