TAG Announces Results of Member Security Survey
Friday, April 1, 2016
There were 80 foundations that completed TAG’s 2016 Security Survey; an additional 20 reviewed the survey but did not complete it.
- Some of the highlights from the survey include:
- Foundations appear to be taking security very seriously and many security measures are in place.
- 15% of the respondents reported having a security breach within the last two years.
- Almost half of the respondents carry cyber security insurance.
- 1/3 of the respondents have an independent security audit annually; another 17% have one every other year.
Download a partial summary of the survey results, available only to TAG members. Please note: you must participate in the survey to receive a full summary and the detailed information.
Please remember, this information is confidential and should not be shared with anyone. One of the values of being a TAG member is learning from your peers. This comes with a responsibility to protect shared data and be respectful of the information you receive. We appreciate your cooperation regarding data confidentiality. Please contact Lisa Pool if you have any questions about the survey.
TAG Survey Committee
Edima Elinewinga, Chair, United Nations Foundation
Andrew Halpryn, Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
Karen Morabito, Arizona Community Foundation
Lisa Pool, TAG
Ann Puckett, Grand Rapids Community Foundation
Christopher Sia, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation