About Daniel Fierro

As a Technical Writer at Abila, I help translate software code and design into a documentation tool used for completing value added tasks needed to track nonprofit, association, and government business activities. While I love the technical aspects of my job, I also enjoy writing poetry and screenplays. I have a BA in English from the University of Rhode Island and an MS in Communications from Southern Polytechnic State University in Marietta, Georgia. In my travels across the U.S., I have worked as a newspaper columnist and reporter, software configuration manager, short order cook, dishwasher, and carnival barker. I recently left the ice and snow of New England, for the sun and fun of Florida, where I now work out of Abila's Maitland office.

Fundraising Data: Keeping it Secure

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With headline news of data breaches an uncomfortably common occurrence, what responsible fundraising organization wouldn’t seek to use the best technology available to secure its information and the information of its constituents? But, what’s the best solution for you, your organization, and your stakeholders?

Many nonprofits and associations have transitioned to the most widely deployed security …