At SecurityScorecard, they recognize that nonprofit organizations fulfill many essential roles in society, yet oftentimes do not have the resources to mitigate risk of cyber attack.
Project Escher is dedicated to provisioning eligible nonprofit organizations with the knowledge and tools that are essential to improving their security posture and defending their cause against critical vulnerabilities.
As of 4/16/20 SecurityScorecard will expand its offerings to qualifying hospital systems through Project Escher, which allows nonprofits that are designated 501(c) 3, 4 & 5 to have complimentary access to their own Scorecard and up to five of their vendors across their ecosystem.
To be eligible, your customer must be an actively designated 501c (or international equivalent) organization and focus on human rights, social justice, democracy, economic equality, animal welfare, or community development. Eligibility is determined on a case by case basis.
How Does SecurityScorecard Support Your Customers?
They provide access to monthly customer success webinars and comprehensive knowledge base. Dependent on availability, SecurityScorecard will provide initial on-boarding for complimentary tier nonprofits.