Your information systems and data are critical to the life and success of your organization. Our nonprofit IT services include proactive cybersecurity tactics that drastically reduce the risk of damage during a cyberattack.
Have your staff been fooled by realistic email fraud?
Has your nonprofit been a victim,
or had a close call?
Do your staff know how to report suspicious emails and what next steps to take?
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.
Be prepared with system backups to prevent downtime. Using Community IT cybersecurity measures from the start minimizes the chance of major setbacks for your organization.
If you handle information – whether it’s financial, medical, or personal client data – your organization is a target for criminals. Having a comprehensive cybersecurity plan in place means that your data remain safe and secure.
We’ve focused on supporting nonprofits in achieving your mission through the effective use of technology for over 20 years. As a result of our deep commitment to the sector, Community IT has developed a robust set of capabilities when it comes to assessing, implementing and managing cybersecurity solutions for nonprofit organizations.
We know your cybersecurity is only as good as your staff training.
We train your staff on identifying bogus emails and protecting your mission.
If you are a foundation or funder, we can deliver comprehensive cybersecurity tools and training to your grantees to protect your investment in the nonprofits you nurture.
Our expertise in serving nonprofits allows us to provide cybersecurity solutions that are aligned with the unique culture and needs of your organization, without breaking the bank.
Questions about cybersecurity insurance applications? We assist our clients to get the coverage you need.
We work with you to identify weak spots, implement solutions, and keep your organization from being derailed by fraud or hacks.
We are pleased to present this completely revised and updated Cybersecurity Readiness for Nonprofits Playbook,
and an accompanying webinar walk through by the author, Matt Eshleman.
This free playbook will help you organize your response to cybersecurity risks, in language accessible to any nonprofit executive, decision maker, or IT staff who implements security.
1. Schedule a free cybersecurity review with our CTO, Matthew Eshleman.
2. Identify how your systems can be hardened and optimized to stay safe.
3. Work with Community IT to implement and maintain secure systems.
Our NIST Security Survey is a web based tool that allows you to proactively identify security risks across your organization. You’ll get a heatmap report that identifies the most critical areas to address in the NIST areas of Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond and Recover. Preview a sample report.
Our cybersecurity assessment delves into your network to review settings and configurations and identify design weaknesses. We deliver a security scorecard and a detailed set of recommendations designed to provide meaningful security improvements for your nonprofit organization.
Our most comprehensive assessment provides insight into your security posture. We also deliver critical guidance so that you can protect your staff and secure your data. If you face additional security needs we will work with you to create a comprehensive plan.
Organizations that deal with PHI are required to conduct a HIPAA Technical Security Risk Assessment annually to maintain their compliance. Community IT can work with your Compliance Officer to ensure that all security controls are in place and address any unresolved issues
The current cybersecurity landscape is complex. Organizations often end up with redundant and ineffective solutions. Community IT can help you identify your critical security requirements, review your existing budget, and ensure that you have a cost effective set of security tools and practices.
Superior cybersecurity is rooted in a foundation of IT Policy, layered with IT security tools, and bolstered with end user security awareness training. We’ve developed a range of managed solutions that provide robust training and align your protection against the most common threats facing nonprofit organizations today.
Join CEO Johan Hammerstrom, CTO Matthew Eshleman, Director of IT Consulting Steve Longenecker, and IT Business Manager Team Lead Norwin Herrera in a lively and specific discussion of all things nonprofit tech for 2024 and beyond. How do all the nonprofit IT pieces fit together?
Wednesday, January 17 at 3pm Eastern, Noon Pacific.
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