Especially if you are a non-profit business in the south east.

  • They were unaware of the hacking until 3 months later AND didn’t notify those breached until 5 months after the initial attack.
  • Their entire company is centered around providing services to non-profits. That means
    that they also have cyber-security to prevent things like this happening to them.
  • There is no guarantee that the data obtained by the hacker was destroyed which causes unrest among 215 food bank donor participants.

Blackbaud, headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina, is one of the largest managed IT service providers in the non-profit industry. The breach on their company data has made headlines this August. The Vermont Food Bank uses Blackbaud as their IT service provider, which proved to not be as safe as they thought in light of recent findings. Check out the article below, published by TheNonProfitTimes on the shocking news…