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  1. Small Business Security: Get Your Assessment Into Gear

    The end of the year is a perfect time for reflection on the past while planning for the future. In business, this often means strategizing for the upcoming year—everything from budgeting and hiring plans to marketing tactics and more. This year we want to make sure your “more” includes taking a close look at your organization’s cybersecurity posture. What’s the best way to do that, you might ask? Gear up for a cybersecurity risk assessment!

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  2. Defendify Exhibits at Nonprofit Educational Conference

    Defendify Partner Success Manager, Shanna Utgard, was recently asked to exhibit with Defendify partner RoundTable Technology at Nonprofit New York’s Best Nonprofit Conference, held December 10th, 2019 in New York City. The thoughtfully curated conference was designed to strengthen nonprofit organizations throughout New York in many different ways. This event was a great opportunity for groups to learn from—and aspire to—the best practices of exceptional nonprofits.

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  3. Defendify Educates Nonprofit Organizations on Cybersecurity

    Defendify Partner Success Manager, Shanna Utgard, was recently invited to join channel partner RoundTable Technology at the Maine Association of Nonprofits (MANP) Charting Change: 2019 Nonprofit Finance Conference. MANP’s one-day conference, held December 4th, 2019 in Bangor, Maine, brought together nonprofit executive directors, finance staff, board members, program, development, and operations staff, and more for education, collaboration, and networking.

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  4. Cybersecurity With a Smile: Defendify Speaks with Local Dentists’ Group

    Defendify Co-Founder Rob Simopoulos was recently asked to discuss cybersecurity with a local group of dentists at their group meeting on Wednesday, November 20th, 2019. The group meets regularly to discuss various topics and learn from each other, and was interested in having a conversation about cybersecurity.

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  5. Use Your Security Compass in Navigating Vendor Selection

    Accounting, project management, HR—you name it, you can (and probably do) use a software solution to manage it. All businesses rely to some extent on third-party vendors, and share a lot of sensitive data with them. If one of these companies experiences an incident or gets breached, your information could be compromised, corrupted, or stolen.

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  6. Disrupt Your Thinking

    Defendify was recently selected to represent Maine at TechCrunch Disrupt.Amid our excitement to be featured at the event, we got to thinking more about everyone participating in Disrupt this year and in the future. Startup companies and investors are two groups that many don’t immediately think about when it comes to cybersecurity, despite compelling reasons to. Perhaps we need to remind ourselves it doesn’t hurt to disrupt our thinking about our target markets, stretching the imagination beyond what we’re used to.

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