Demosphere’s Safety Center has compiled various webinars, research, and articles to help protect your organization’s sensitive information.
Choose from the two available categories below: Provider Security and Organization-wide Security
Choose from the list of Provider Security resources below to learn more about the important factors you should consider when evaluating service providers:
There are a few important things to keep in mind when evaluating online services, especially when you hear the word “free”. Watch out for Privacy Policies, Content Usage, and Support.
How much do you really know about how your providers are using your members’ data? Demosphere has created the following tutorial to help protect your organization’s sensitive information.
Wondering how your data is being shared if you’re using a Demosphere system? Demosphere answers the question “How is my data being used?”
Demosphere’s security policy is based on a fundamental obligation to protect membership lists and sensitive information. Read about Demosphere’s Off-Site Hosting, SSL Encryption, Secure Coding and more.
To keep our clients informed about their data security, we answered some of the most asked questions in regards to our security practices!
Read up on what you can do to protect your organization and keep your sensitive data safe in the Organization-wide Security list:
A serious data breach could put the organization out of business – either legally (via lawsuit) or because parents aren’t comfortable with you holding their information. The following Maximize Demosphere webinar talked about how to protect your organization with Privacy Policies, In-Office Security, and Individual Security
People use passwords for just about everything online.The security of these password cannot be underestimated. Often times, users use extremely easy passwords (think ‘temp’) that can be compromised without much effort.
The two most common online security vulnerabilities within youth sports organizations concern registration systems and email accounts. In both cases, the password used to access these areas is of utmost importance.
Whether gathered in a professional stadium or watching from your school’s gymnasium, it’s better to be safe than sorry when it comes to having a prepared plan for all possible events.
For more information and tips regarding online security reach out to Demosphere at support @ demosphere.com.
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