Incident response preparedness helps ensure quick restoration of services.
Prevent and control data leakage from lost hard drives, misconfigured databases, and physical device theft.
Protect personal information of donors, subscribers, and stakeholders.
The global pandemic has significantly accelerated the cybersecurity challenges faced by government agencies and non-profit organizations. As budget constraints limited their investments in IT infrastructure, security risks have surged, particularly with employees transitioning to remote work and the widespread digitization of transactions and communications.
Non-profit organizations and local government agencies must take steps to enhance their cybersecurity capabilities, a process that can be both costly and time-consuming even under the best circumstances. Threat actors understand government entities and non-profits often represent vulnerable targets for various types of attacks, including ransomware, as many of these organizations continue to rely on outdated legacy systems.
Lodestone provides governmental and non-profit organizations with cutting-edge cybersecurity tools and tailored guidance that align with their unique needs and budgetary constraints. Our team of consultants boasts decades of experience in the field of cybersecurity, with many possessing specialized backgrounds in serving leading non-profits, as well as local, state, and government agencies.
“Lodestone strengthened our incident response policies through their expertise in the deployment process.”
IT Project Manager
320 East Main Street
Lewisville, TX 75057