Nixu is a cybersecurity services company with the purpose of securing cyberspace. Nixu also wants to give back to society. One way to do that is to offer pro bono services to carefully chosen organizations working for those less privileged.
Save the Children Finland is part of the international politically and religiously independent non-governmental organization that fights for children’s rights in Finland and all over the world. For Save the Children, its website is more than just a channel for sharing information, as donations through the site are one source of the organization’s funding.
“We are extremely grateful to Nixu for their efforts in not only confirming the current security status of our site but also for giving us valuable advice for the future.”
Reputation and trust are vital for all organizations, including Save the Children, which considers fostering the trust of its supporters particularly important. Therefore, regular security testing of the organization's website is critical. Nixu has been offering Save the Children Finland website security checks for years. ”I’m really honored to be part of a company that gives something concrete back to society by supporting an organization that does such meaningful work”, says Lauri Kiiski, Principal Security Consultant at Nixu. He adds: “The project, carried out with the same level of care and expertise as with paying clients, makes the entire Nixu team feel a sense of pride and gratitude."
“Our cooperation with Nixu has always been very smooth. Nixu’s cybersecurity professionals are not only highly qualified, but they can also communicate in a language that even our non-technical people can understand,” says Jari Santonen, IT Manager at Save the Children Finland. He continues: “We are extremely grateful to Nixu for their efforts in not only for confirming the current security status of our site but also for giving us valuable advice for the future.”
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Website security checks by Nixu are essential for Save the Children Finland.