Cyber Incident? Get Help

Coalition for Nonprofits

Doing good doesn’t exempt you from being a target

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From breaches of donor information to theft of credit card data, nonprofits face a number of cyber risk exposures

Yet few have the resources to protect themselves.

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Average claim size for Coalition’s nonprofit policyholders
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Average number of records breached in cyber attacks against nonprofits
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Percent of nonprofits that lack resources to respond to a cyber incident

Cyber insurance specifically designed to help charitable and volunteer-based organizations

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Coverage for volunteers

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Restoration of digital assets, including sensitive donor information

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Costs to replace computer systems and other technology damaged in a cyber attack

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Costs to respond to a ransomware (extortion) incident

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Coverage for consequential reputational harm loss and media and PR costs to respond to an incident

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 Breach response costs

Related Case Studies

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Nonprofit suffers cryptojacking event

Coalition’s Service Fraud coverage helped a nonprofit after a threat actor mined cryptocurrencies on their dime.

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Nonprofit narrowly avoids $1.3M loss

A threat actor facilitated two large transfers totaling nearly $1.3 million by spoofing a nonprofit’s legitimate domain.