Nonprofit news from around the web: May 15 - 19, 2017

Written on May 17, 2017

More nonprofits fall prey to de-risking banks
For the better part of this decade, banks have been known to close nonprofit accounts with little warning as part of a process known as de-risking. Unfortunately, many times this occurs in areas where humanitarian efforts are most needed.

Membership memo: Goodbye, checks
Members want payments to be quicker than ever. Learn why your association should consider electronic payments or other methods for accepting dues.

Crooks grabbing nonprofit websites, demanding ransom
How can nonprofits keep their technology safe when they don’t have dedicated IT security staff?

Trump eases political restrictions on churches with new executive order
President Trump celebrated the National Day of Prayer last week by signing an executive order addressing key concerns of his conservative, religious supporters, some of whom say the action didn't go far enough.

Tech Corner - The phishing swindle that conned $100 million out of Google and Facebook
It is alleged that 48-year-old Evaldas Rimasauskas managed to trick Facebook and Google into wiring him over $100 million, after impersonating genuine Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Quanta Computer.

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