IT

In 2013 Dan Pallotta changed the way we talk about nonprofit management. Pallotta gave a TED talk and said that too many nonprofits are getting rewarded for how little they spend, not what they get done. And, he said, in order to have impact, nonprofits...

There are a lot of IT-related things we prefer not to think about as we go about our daily business. Maybe we’ve developed good habits that result in our systems always being up-to-date and secure, or maybe we’ve hired people to keep them that way....

On the heels of the recently published CryptoWall blog, I have seen yet another attack propagated across a network. In this case, the client had numerous users who heedlessly browsed, downloaded, opened, or shared files. The end result underscores the critical need for user education. Why...

Let’s be clear: the password should be dead, but it isn’t. Most of us still type in several combinations of user names and passwords that are respected by the computer we log in to, the websites we visit, and the applications we use. Every once...

Internet threats constantly evolve and appear in different forms. The most recent threat to consumers is the latest strain of CryptoWall, a serious form of ransom malware. This type of malware has dire consequences for the work environment. It is launched when an unsuspecting user...

ECHO’s been getting a lot of questions lately from clients with security concerns. This isn’t surprising, given the high-profile breaches that have resulted in most of us having to think about our relationships with companies we trusted to keep our information safe. As if taking...