Guiding non-profit organizations in identifying and securing their digital assets.

The Cybersecurity Company for Nonprofits

We are Sightline Security and we exist to equip and empower nonprofits to embrace cybersecurity with confidence.

 
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NONPROFIT MEMBERS


Discover where your nonprofit is vulnerable and learn how to increase the cybersecurity readiness of your organization.

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COMMERCIAL PARTNERS


Give back to nonprofits in an effective and meaningful way that benefits more than just your business.

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FINANCIAL SUPPORTERS


Support Sightline’s mission to improve the cybersecurity readiness of nonprofits by donating your time or resources.

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SIGHTLINE SECURITY

WHY WE DO IT

Nonprofit organizations of all sizes and missions are at risk for cyber-attacks. Although there is a clear need, commercial security solutions routinely overlook the nonprofit sector, offering solutions for the enterprise environment without considering the specific challenges nonprofits face. This leaves nonprofits to fend for themselves, or worse, to ignore cybersecurity altogether.

Due to lack of resources or information, many nonprofits are forced to put cybersecurity low on their priority list, but this simply cannot be. It is vital that security risks be addressed and that’s where Sightline Security comes in.  We will stand with you and connect you with the tools and experts you need to move your nonprofit organization toward becoming more cybersecure.

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The most vulnerable and neglected among us have little to cling to but hope. They place their trust in organizations that offer them a chance to regain some normalcy in their lives. Those organizations need to be empowered to protect that trust. The Sightline community provides informed guidance to construct a secure IT foundation for those organizations seeking to restore independence and dignity to those in need.
— Eugene H. Spafford, Ph.D., Founder of the Center for Education and Research Information Assurance, Purdue University

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