UK charities, hospitals, and schools now have access to SOS Intelligence for six months for free.
A new threat report published by the NCSC reveals why the charity sector is particular vulnerable to cyber attacks, the methods used by criminals, and how charities can best defend themselves.
Lindy Cameron, NCSC CEO, said:
“More charities are now offering online services and fundraising online, meaning reliable, trusted digital services are more important than ever. During the Ukraine crisis, we saw more criminals taking advantage of the generosity of the public, masquerading as charities for their own financial gain.”
CEO and Founder, Amir Hadzipasic said:
“If you are a UK charity, a NHS trust or UK school, you can apply for a special account with SOS Intelligence, which gives you the first six months for free.”
“An application takes seconds and once approved, you can up and running in minutes. We are offering this as we know this can make a huge difference to your cyber security, and we know that is more and more important. We want to do the right thing and help these organisations who can be devastated by a cyber attack and breach of data.”
About SOS Intelligence
SOS Intelligence provides Threat Intelligence services through curated OSINT feed collection and dark web indexing and monitoring. They offer real time breach alerting, digital risk and reputation monitoring and a comprehensive API toolkit for threat hunting.
SOS Intelligence are an alumni of the NCSC for Startups Programme and have just received an additional Growth Fund grant from the Programme.