I think we’ve grown a bit de-sensitized to the ongoing reporting of data breaches at many firms like Home Depot, Target, etc. The security of credit card processing these days ranges from the non-existent (paper forms with personal information being passed around and then shredded-hopefully) to the state-of-the-art (tokenized donor information).
This week I want to delve into this topic, credit card security, with a few words on best practices. Donors are, after all, very concerned about how nonprofits handle their personal financial information and the last thing a nonprofit wants to be known for is a data breach that exposes the credit card information of its donors.
From the Blog of Dale Knoop
Dale Knoop leads a great team working to make RAZ Mobile a great platform for any cause engaged in fundraising. Any cause can create an content-rich mobile presence, share it through text messages, social media, QR codes, advertising and more and best of all-quickly and securely process donations from motivated supporters with a minimum of friction. Dale holds multiple patents and applications for patent in the mobile space including advertising, content optimization, geo-targeting, negative QOS and a mnemonic device QR code alternative.