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Religion

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Religious groups are becoming targets of cybercriminals. In recent years, several churches have fallen victim to phishing and ransomware attacks. All organizations that collect personal and financial data are at risk. Unfortunately, many are not prepared to understand the severity and extent of such attacks.

What is a cyber attack? Data breaches, infections or viruses occur months before discovery. A website that has been tampered with or compromised. Theft of personal information or financial information (bank account). Successful phishing, ransomware, or social engineering attacks can damage your credit or reputation. Proactively adopt cyber plans and policies to identify and protect your digital assets.

Cyber crime is not a fair game

Overview & Areas of Concern

Creating a security patch and vulnerability management system. Update all security patches for browsers, email, computers, servers and devices. If not in use, turn on the filter and turn off the device. Deploy a virtual private network (VPN) to encrypt data on all devices and web traffic. Train your employees to use multi-factor authentication protocols and stronger password management. Training and educating employees to identify suspicious emails and websites. Restrict file downloads Please refrain from offering “freeware”. Adjust your browser’s security settings to enable app permissions and white/blacklisting. Develop with third-party response plan and data backup/recovery. Strengthen your network infrastructure. including content filters and anti-intrusion software. Install spam and web filters. To identify suspicious emails and websites. Install and update anti-spyware/anti-virus software. test. Conduct regular audits using accredited security professionals

failure is not an option

Many religious groups are immune to most cyber attacks. This assumes that they are local and do not produce goods or services or have valuable data. This is not accurate. The reason is given below.

Most cyber attacks are random and attack organizations of all sizes and missions simultaneously.

Even if a theft does not occur, cyber attacks will have future consequences. For example, the virus may not be detected for up to 6 months.

Cybercriminals are interested in all forms of personal data collected and managed by religious groups.

Cybercriminals target organizational diversity among employees, visitors, volunteers, donors, and members.

Many religious groups mistakenly believe that service providers are legally responsible for all cyber attacks. However, they are still legally considered data custodians.

Several Texas churches have been victims of malware attacks, leaving millions of dollars in their bank accounts. Ohio churches have lost more than $1 million to phishing scams. In several churches in the US and UK, files were encrypted by ransomware.

Religious leaders and executives must recognize that organizations are at risk and adopt similar practices, tools, and services derived from the financial sector.

Cyber Security to Consider

Free Cyber Review
Compromise Assessment and Vulnerability Scan
Virtual Chief Information Security Officer
SOC Compliance.

Practice Areas

Security Monitoring/Security Operation Center (SOC) Virtual CISO (vCISO)
Security Assessment
Security Compliance Support (Audit Preparation)
CMMC Assistance
SOC 2 Type 1 & Type 2 Assistance
Digital Forensics
Security Controls Preparation (NIST / CMMC)
Security Architecture Design/Support
Security Awareness Training
Vulnerability Management
Security Policy creation

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Practice Areas

Successful cyber attacks incur financial loss, loss of reputation and loss of trust. Cyber ​​attacks usually affect the lives of people who open accounts, make donations, and share personal data with certain banks and churches.

Malware
56%
Ransomware
63%
Customer/Members/Donors
77%
Phishing
82%

Many religious groups are immune to most cyber attacks. This assumes that they are local and do not produce goods or services or have valuable data. This is not accurate. 

Most cyber attacks are random and attack organizations of all sizes and missions simultaneously.

Even if a theft does not occur, cyber attacks will have future consequences. For example, the virus may not be detected for up to 6 months.

Our goal is to help people in the best way possible. This is a basic principle in every case and cause for success. contact us today for a free consultation. 

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