Download the 2022 Nonprofit Cybersecurity Incident Report here.

You may be interested in the webinar release of the 2022 edition.


2020 nonprofit cybersecurity incident report

As the Chief Technology Officer at Community IT, Matthew Eshleman leads the team responsible for strategic planning, research, and implementation of the technology platforms used by nonprofit organization clients to be secure and productive. With a deep background in network infrastructure, he fundamentally understands how nonprofit tech works and interoperates both in the office and in the cloud. With extensive experience serving nonprofits Matt also understands nonprofit culture and constraints, and has a history of implementing cost-effective and secure solutions at the enterprise level.

Matt has over 22 years of expertise in cybersecurity, IT support, team leadership, software selection and research, and client support. Matt is a frequent speaker on cybersecurity topics for nonprofits and has presented at NTEN events, the Inside NGO conference, Nonprofit Risk Management Summit and Credit Builders Alliance Symposium, LGBT MAP Finance Conference, and Tech Forward Conference. He is also the session designer and trainer for TechSoup’s Digital Security course, and our resident Cybersecurity expert

Matt holds dual degrees in Computer Science and Computer Information Systems from Eastern Mennonite University, and an MBA from the Carey School of Business at Johns Hopkins University.

He is available as a speaker on cybersecurity topics affecting nonprofits, including cyber insurance compliance, staff training, and incident response. You can view Matt’s free cybersecurity videos from past webinars here.

Matt is excited to present this 2022 nonprofit cybersecurity incident download.

Keep Your Organization Safe with Effective Cybersecurity

Your information systems and data are critical to the life and success of your organization. Having proactive cybersecurity in place will drastically reduce the risk of damage during a cyberattack.

Why Cybersecurity?

Protection Against Cyberattacks

Malware, phishing, and other forms of cyberattacks can compromise your systems and cost your organization. With cybersecurity, you can avoid the worst damages and be up and running again quickly.

Prevent Data and Time Loss

Be prepared with system backups to prevent downtime. Taking cybersecurity measures from the start minimizes the chance of major setbacks for your organization.

Peace of Mind for Your Organization

If you handle information – whether it’s financial, medical, or personal client data – your organization can be a target for criminals. Having a comprehensive cybersecurity plan in place means that your data remains safe and secure.

We offer cybersecurity services to keep your organization safe.

As hackers get more creative and attacks become more frequent, it’s challenging for nonprofit organizations to defend themselves. Doing it all – managing the security of your data assets, preventing employees from accidentally allowing threats to enter, and keeping costs effective – is a complicated endeavor.

How It Works

At Community IT, we know that there isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution for cybersecurity. We accurately assess, implement, and manage cybersecurity solutions for nonprofit organizations. We also work with your employees to educate them on best practices for avoiding attackers. Our experience working with nonprofits allows us to provide cybersecurity solutions that are aligned with the unique culture and needs of your organization. At the end of the day, our cybersecurity services allow you to have peace of mind that your organization is safe from dangerous threats.

Webinar: 2023 Nonprofit Cybersecurity Incident Report

Join Matt Eshleman on Wednesday, April 19 at 3pm Eastern, Noon Pacific for a presentation and Q&A on real emerging threats and a practical approach for nonprofit cybersecurity.

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