Humanitarian non-governmental organizations (NGOs) protect and assist vulnerable populations but often fail to protect themselves from cyberattack. We help NGOs with their cybersecurity whether they work locally or globally, and are supporting NGOs in crisis affected areas across the globe including Ukraine, Kenya and Afghanistan.
WE ASSIST Humanitarian NGOs through the provision of free cybersecurity support including threat analysis, cyber hygiene, vulnerability scanning, cybersecurity training, post-incident support, as well as data protection, legal and communication support.
WE INVESTIGATE cyberattacks to help prevent future attacks affecting the humanitarian and other critical sectors by identifying the vulnerabilities that attackers exploited. We alert NGOs to risks and vulnerabilities.
WE ADVOCATE for respect of laws and norms to protect NGOs from cyberattack.
A free cybersecurity service for NGOs to identify if their IP address and domain names are being targeted by, or are involved in cyberattacks. Contact us to find out more.
Tips for NGOs to reduce the potential of fraud and scamming. Help protect your organisation, your beneficiaries and your donors.
Support to NGOs
We assist NGOs with cybersecurity support through a proven and trusted program specifically adapted to each NGO.
Our network of expert volunteers from local and international companies are matched with NGOs needing cybersecurity assistance.
Our staff manage outreach to NGOs and facilitate the support provided by volunteers enabling a local and tailored support to NGOs adapted to their specific cybersecurity needs.
If you are interested in supporting the CyberPeace Builders or in receiving this support, please reach out to us:
The program assists NGOs to build cybersecurity capacity through a trusted and dedicated network of corporate partners who provide volunteers and funding to enable the provision of this support. Some of the companies are listed here.
A wide range of NGOs acting locally, regionally and internationally are assisted through the CyberPeace Builders program. Today more than 60 NGOs and non-profits are assisted by the Institute, most prefer not to be identified publicly so only a few are are listed here.