Humanity under attack

“We just weren’t prepared,” recounts Jelena, a seasoned aid worker for a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO). Jelena was devastated to cancel a food distribution to refugees when the list of 25,000 beneficiaries was compromised by a cyberattack. The NGO was unable to operate. The food aid remained in the warehouse, leaving many families hungry.

The Humanitarian Cybersecurity Center (HCC) provides expert support and practical free cyber assistance to Non-governmental Organisations (NGOs), tailored to their needs and located anywhere in the world.

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In a world where

There is an urgent need to help NGOs protect themselves from cyber threats.

combating the threat

Humanitarian Cybersecurity Center

The Humanitarian Cybersecurity Center (HCC) provides expert support and practical free cyber assistance to Non-governmental Organisations (NGOs), tailored to their needs and located anywhere in the world.

Developed and hosted in Switzerland, operating globally.

We detect, investigate and analyze cyberattacks against NGOs. We share actionable threat intelligence with the community.

Our CyberPeace Builders provide hands-on assistance to NGOs to build cyber preparedness and resilience through risk assessments, simulation exercises and training, globally.

We provide hands-on technical and forensic investigative support and assist with incident and crisis management.

We develop standards, foster multistakeholder collaboration, and advocate for the protection of the humanitarian sector.

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Cybersecurity support for NGOs

INFORM

We equip NGOs with guidance and cyber-threat intelligence so they can detect upcoming cyberattacks.

PREVENT

We build NGO cyber capacity to prevent cyberattacks against them or their beneficiaries.

ENGAGE

We engage with cybersecurity experts and NGOs through our volunteering platform and foster community engagement.

We were attacked from everywhere it seemed and we could not do anything about it. We watched all our work unravel. Then, the CyberPeace Builders provided my NGO with support and assistance to understand and recover from the attack.

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