Our digital security programme focusses on protecting at-risk organisations and their communications and information assets.
Open Briefing understands the cyber security threats that NGOs face and the internal vulnerabilities and lack of resources that place them at risk in today’s interconnected world.
We provide digital security audits and innovative training to help NGOs of all sizes understand and mitigate their digital security risks in a cost-effective manner. As an additional benefit of working with us, we also refer clients for free 24/7 digital security incident response and free DDoS protection and website security services.
While we place great importance on securing networks and ensuring that the best tools and technologies are used, we also understand that changing human behaviour is the best way to ensure an organisation’s digital security. In cyber security, the chain is only as strong as the weakest link, which is usually found between the keyboard and the chair.
“When two of our Goldman Environmental Prize winners needed an immersion into digital security, Open Briefing organised valuable training sessions. The training was comprehensive and accessible, and our Prize winners have strengthened their security measures as a direct result.”
Myriah Cornwell, Program Officer, Goldman Environmental Prize
Our digital security team based in Europe and the United States is supplemented by agreements with a number of digital security providers, including the Digital Security Exchange (DSX) and Access Now.
Grants and subsidies may be available to help NGOs access our digital security services.Digital security audits and training for charities and other NGOs from a non-profit providerClick To Tweet
Open Briefing is a CybSafe certified partner and a member of the Charities Security Forum and UK Cyber Security Forum. We are also a certified social enterprise.