Your information systems and data are critical to the life and success of your organization. Our nonprofit IT services can include proactive cybersecurity tactics that will drastically reduce the risk of damage during a cyberattack.
Here’s how we’ll identify and implement the right cybersecurity approach for your nonprofit.
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.
Building on the NIST Security Survey, our cybersecurity assessment delves into your network to review settings and configurations and identify design weaknesses. Our assessment looks at your IT policy, security awareness approach along with checks of your devices, network, data, wireless email and website. We include a security scorecard and a detailed set of recommendations designed to provide meaningful security improvements.
Our proven comprehensive cybersecurity assessment is built from the Center for Internet Security’s 20 Critical Security Controls (CSC). This assessment provides valuable insight into your existing security posture. We also deliver critical guidance so that you can protect your staff and secure your constituents.
Superior cyber is rooted in a foundation of IT Policy and bolstered with End User security awareness training. We’ve developed a range of managed solutions that align the protection against the most common threats facing nonprofit organizations today.
Microsoft has provided 50 free licenses of EM+S for nonprofits We ensure that your organization is taking full advantage of this valuable resource by assisting you implement a range of security features such as multi-factor authentication, auditing and reporting.
The current cybersecurity landscape is complex. Organizations often end up with redundant and ineffective solutions. We 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.
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