There is an urgent need to help NGOs protect themselves from cyber threats.
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.
We conduct micro-level data analysis in which we detect and monitor threats to vulnerable communities.
By aggregating data shared with us by our cybersecurity and technology partners and by mapping the digital assets of our beneficiaries we are in a better position to protect them. We detect these threats using technical data points such as indicators of compromise (IOCs) and telemetry data. Building detection rules and alerts we provide our beneficiaries with triaged information and practical recommendations to help them protect their data and systems.
the digital assets of our beneficiaries
new threats and vulnerabilities
information through timely allerts
risks and secure
The CyberPeace Institute continues to carry out research and analysis of cyber threats to vulnerable populations. We are currently working on a unique data driven report regarding the cyber threat landscape of NGOs in the Geneva area, providing actionable recommendations.
* “Global Humanitarian Assistance 2023”, Development Initiatives.