States Push To Encrypt Donor/Client Info

Michele Donohue reports:

Fred Schultz, CEO and founder of the Foundation for Positively Kids (FPK) in Las Vegas, deals with a lot of confidential information in his program for medically-dependent children. The organization stores names, addresses, medication, family information and donor credit card information.

A good portion of that information arrived via email. That system now must be overhauled to accommodate a new Nevada law that requires personal information transmissions to be encrypted.

“We are trying to take care of sick and dying kids — why do I have to worry about a new Nevada encryption law?,” Schultz asked rhetorically.

Read more in The NonProfit Times

About the author: Dissent

Comments are closed.