Cyber Security for Charities

As more and more charities turn to digital platforms to achieve their missions and reach their supporters, the need for effective cyber security measures has never been more pressing. Unfortunately, cyber threats such as hacking, phishing scams, and malware attacks are all too common in the digital landscape, and charities can be particularly vulnerable targets.

A strong defence doesn’t have to cost the earth.

For many charities, resilient cybersecurity can feel out of reach: ‘We just don’t have the money or people to do more than the minimum.’ And with high reliance on personal devices and a large proportion of part-time or voluntary staff, IT staff face a cocktail of challenges. How do you protect dispersed devices, staff, and data on a shoestring?

Automate your defences – no new staff required.

Charities are less likely than businesses to deploy cyber security controls, but in 2022, 30% of charities identified a cyber attack. They are increasingly being targeted by cybercriminals for financial gain, access to sensitive or valuable information, or to disrupt charities’ activities. And when they succeed, charities have far fewer reserves to absorb the shock.

Censornet gives charities the abilities and resources they need to fully protect themselves, right across their digital landscape, without having to hire new staff or expend precious resources on multiple endpoint solutions. Our autonomous, integrated cloud security secures everything from web to email to apps, in a single platform that’s easy to launch, easy to use – and doesn’t cost the earth.

5 steps to stop data loss for charities

How Censornet works with charities

Understand your Risk

Beat the hackers

Stop ransomware in its tracks, wherever it enters your systems.


Get staff up to speed

Make sure everyone knows how to spot, avoid, and report cyberattacks.


Eliminate gaps in your system

Integrate your defences, from web to email to apps, and stop hackers getting in between the cracks.