The password manager for nonprofits
Protect your donor and beneficiary data – and your reputation – from cyberattacks.
- Up to 60% discount on NordPass Business.
- Free NordVPN accounts and 24/7 support.
- Personalized onboarding and training sessions.
Be safe and focus on your mission
Stop worrying about the security of your passwords – NordPass will take care of that.
Protect sensitive donor information
Keep all credentials safe to prevent unauthorized parties from accessing systems and applications where your donors’ private and business data is stored.
Easily share access between teams
Assign an unlimited number of digital entry points to your staff and allow them to securely share credentials and payment information.
Onboard your team and manage it with ease
Be in full control of who can access your organization’s accounts. Add or remove team members at any given moment to create a perfect working environment.
Meet compliance requirements
Use NordPass Business to help your nonprofit organization stay in line with the requirements of regulations such as HIPAA, PCI, and the GDPR.
Meet the features tailored for nonprofits
Don’t let one compromised password stop you from making a change.
Get a digital, end-to-end encrypted vault that you and your team can access on any Windows, iOS, Mac, or Android device.
Add an extra layer of security for your shared team accounts for websites that support two-factor authentication (2FA). With NordPass Authenticator, allow your team to access both passwords and 2FA codes in one secure place anywhere, anytime.
Reassign access for temporary staff members or volunteers without the need to share passwords or reset them each time someone leaves your organization.
Control access to all organization accounts and get full transparency over who accessed what and when.
Why should nonprofits use NordPass Business?
With competitive pricing and flexible licensing options, NordPass Business is a secure password management solution that doesn't break the bank.
Thanks to its user-friendly interface, the platform makes it easy for members of any nonprofit to manage passwords and access resources.
NordPass’ end-to-end encryption and zero-knowledge architecture ensure the highest standard of privacy and security.
With our tech-savvy support, training resources, and dedicated account manager, a nonprofit can start using the platform in no time.
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Frequently asked questions
Nonprofit password management software is a type of software that nonprofit organizations can use to facilitate their password management and thus protect their donor and beneficiary data more effectively. In broader terms, it is a cybersecurity solution that allows nonprofits to securely store, organize, and share login credentials for various online accounts and services including email, social media, and fundraising platforms.
With the help of password management software, nonprofit organizations can reduce both the risk of data breaches and cyberattacks, as well as the time and effort required to manage passwords. Additionally, thanks to features such as access control, nonprofits can easily provide and revoke access to their resources and be fully aware of who accessed what and when.
If you want to secure your NGO’s data, you should take the following steps:
Introduce strict password policies: Set rules that will help you and your staff create only complex and unique passwords that aren't reused for different accounts. Password managers can help you develop a password policy that will work best for your company. Then, use a password generator to implement your password policy in your organization.
Implement two-factor authentication: Add an extra layer of security to your accounts by requiring users to provide more than one form of identification wherever possible.
Encrypt your data: Use the latest encryption tools to safeguard your financial records and donor information, both in transit and at rest.
Train your employees: Carry out regular cybersecurity training for all your employees to raise awareness about the risks associated with reckless password behavior.
Control access: Use a password management tool to give and retain access to your resources only to authorized people.
Update your software regularly: By keeping your systems and applications up to date, you will be able to eliminate vulnerabilities that could be potentially exploited by hackers.
Nonprofit organizations should use password managers to:
Safeguard their donor and beneficiary data.
Protect themselves from cyberattacks and data breaches.
Control access to their accounts more effectively.
Share access to credentials among staff members and volunteers safely and easily.
Reduce the time and energy required to manage passwords efficiently.
Achieve compliance with the latest and upcoming data privacy regulations.
Be able to focus more on what is most important — the mission.