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Cyber Security Resilience Impact Round: That's a wrap!

Over the past 20 years we've been helping purpose-driven organisations in the not-for-profit sector maximise their technology and telco. Last year our Impact Grants provided $129,000 of services to not-for-profits. To provide even more support to the NFP community we expanded the scope of our Impact Program, with each round offering a range of pro bono support, including in-person workshops, webinars, comprehensive resources and 1:1 support. 


Our most recent round focused on Cyber Security Resilience and was an initiative designed to support not-for-profit organisations by empowering them with the knowledge needed to navigate the complex landscape of cybersecurity with confidence and resilience.


We can't wait to reopen our next Impact Program focusing on helping NFPs create efficiencies with systems in a few months. But as this round comes to a close, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on some highlights and key learnings we discovered.

At a glance

We've achieved a lot this round, here are some of the highlights:

63 Applicants for a custom cyber security report $52,000 of pro bono support offered to NFP & impact organisations $15,000 worth of Impact project grants awarded

Cyber security is crucial for NFPs to safeguard sensitive information and maintain trust with stakeholders. A breach in cyber security could result in financial loss, reputational damage, and potential legal liabilities, ultimately hindering the organisation's ability to fulfill its mission effectively.

NFPs are among the most vulnerable organisations when it comes to cyber security due to a combination of limited resources, outdated technology, lack of cybersecurity expertise and valuable data. Our goal for this round was to help as many NFPs as possible take a proactive and strategic approach to cyber security. 

What we offered

Key learnings

With over 28 hours of 1:1 pro bono workshops run as part of our last impact round, our team have collated the top cyber security concerns they've found NFPs facing and offer low, or no cost implementation solutions. 

Key areas of concern include:

  • A lack of Cyber security policy

  • Regularly updating software

  • Establishing access control

  • Conducting regular cyber security training

  • Securing remote work

To read more about some of our key findings from our Cyber Security Resilience Impact Round, you can check out our dedicated article here.

Expanding our impact

We are always looking for ways to widen our impact, which is why our team of experts developed our Cyber Security Resilience self-assessment questionnaire, report, and webinar. Due to an overwhelming response to our Cyber Security Resilience Impact round we  have decided to extend the opportunity to access these to a limited number of NFPs. 

Our goal is to help as many NFPs enhance their cybersecurity measures and resilience against digital threats, ensuring they can continue their valuable work without the disruption of cyber attacks. We will be aiming to work with organisations where we can have the biggest impact and welcome applications from all registered charities, local government agencies and healthcare providers. 

If this sounds like you please click here to find out more and apply.


Get in touch

We'd love to chat with you on how we can help through technology and telecommunications strategy, procurement and management.


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