Catholic Relief Services (CRS) is a non-profit organization committed to assisting the poor and vulnerable overseas, irrespective of race, religion, or nationality. They are dedicated to responding to major emergencies, combating disease and poverty, and fostering peaceful and just societies. Their recent project focuses on enhancing their cybersecurity infrastructure to protect their digital assets and operations.
- Enhancing cybersecurity with tailored solution to protect global operations
- Ensuring uninterrupted and secure assistance to the vulnerable
CRS identified a need to bolster their cybersecurity, specifically seeking a fixed Data Center proxy IP located in the US, to run their anti-virus and cyber security from. They aimed to block all outbound traffic from their server subnets, except to a specific Datacenter Proxy IP. This approach was designed to limit potential data exfiltration from their server subnets in the event of malicious activity. They reached out to the Bright Initiative for a solution that would provide them with a fixed/static public IPs to meet these requirements.
By partnering with the Bright Initiative and utilizing the Datacenter Proxies, CRS was able to implement a robust cybersecurity solution. This not only fortifies their digital defenses but also ensuring that their operations, which are crucial for assisting the poor and vulnerable, remaines uninterrupted and secure from potential cyber threats.