With fewer resources at their disposal and tighter budgets to consider, churches, nonprofits, schools and camps become prime targets for cyberattacks.

"From our work with a range of nonprofits, schools, camps and houses of worship, we know no one is immune to cyberattack — and smaller organizations with limited resources and tight budgets might be at greater risk," Nick Vaernhoej, Church Mutual's chief information security officer, said in a release.

Cybersecurity platform provider StrongDM reported small businesses and organizations with limited resources are seen as having weaker security measures, which is alluring to hackers. On top of this, nearly 60% of small businesses have no cybersecurity protections because they feel the organization is too small to be targeted.

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Steve Hallo

Steve Hallo is managing editor of PropertyCasualty360.com. He can be reached at [email protected]