Are Your Communications Secure?

Fences, security cameras, guards, and gates can go a long way towards bringing condominium owners peace of mind when it comes to their physical safety. But there is another type of security that should be pondered by community association leaders. Theft of data can be just as damaging to unsuspecting condo owners. Do you practice good security measures with your data? Would you know what to do if your email, website, or database of sensitive information were breached? In this age of technology-driven communications, digital identity crimes have increased dramatically. While the numbers vary widely, the Better Business Bureau reported an estimated 11.1 million people reported their identity stolen in… Read More

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Recommendations to Prevent Cyber Theft at your Community

An article titled “Real Threats” in the July/August Community Manager Magazine [Best Practices for Community Association Managers] highlighted the 2018 Survey of Cyber-security in Community Associations by the Foundation for Community Association Research.  To help your board we’ve summarized the main points from the 7 page report and the article in the following recommendations to prevent cyber theft at your community: The Foundation for Community Association Research Surveyed more than 60 community association managers, board members and professionals who support associations to identify the risks and liabilities associated with using technology to conduct association business. Wikipedia defines Cybersecurity as the protection of computer systems from theft of or damage to their hardware,… Read More

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