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Protecting Your Church from Cyber Threats

Three experts discuss the tactics targeting churches—and why leaders must remain vigilant.

Last Reviewed: April 7, 2020
Protecting Your Church from Cyber Threats

Cybersecurity breaches continue to mount, and the church is far from immune. In fact, sloppy and unmonitored systems, lack of policies and protocols, and failures to follow specific rules and government regulations can leave churches vulnerable and easy targets for cybercrime. These risks not only jeopardize sensitive data and threaten business continuity for churches, but they also can create financial and legal liabilities.

To help churches better understand the issues involved in cybersecurity and cyberliability, Church Law & Tax Report hosted a forum with three experts: Nathan Adams, attorney and advisor at large for Church Law & Tax; Nick Nicholaou, president of MBS Inc., a team of IT strategists serving ministries, author of Church IT: Using Information Technology for the Mission of the Church, and an advisor at large for Church Law & Tax; and Lisa Traina, partner at Traina ...

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  • August 15, 2018
  • Last Reviewed: April 7, 2020

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