Data and security breaches are only becoming more common. In the past few years, Equifax admitted that 147 million of its accounts had been exposed, and Marriott reported that the data of roughly 500 million guests had been compromised — and that’s only to name a few. Philanthropy is not immune to these attacks. After all, grantmaking organizations regularly distribute large sums of capital and manage valuable data.

The world needs effective and impactful philanthropy now. But as philanthropy adopts new solutions and works faster — and as more young billionaires and tech titans enter the space, bringing with them fresh perspectives — this progress will need to be met with prudent protections.

With that in mind, Madeline Duva shares some key best practices and tips for securing any organization. These processes will help you protect your teams, funds and data.

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