I apologize in advance for any inaccuracy.
I am part of a yoga community which has no particular activity on the web or in the informatic sector. All we have that can be regarded as web-related is that we communicate through a mailing list of about 100 people.
However, since a few months we have been under attack of hackers who crack personal email accounts and facebook accounts. They also have circulated accurate emails with name and salutations that are proper of our community, so I believe there is a human effort behind this, and not just a software.
I myself do not know much on the internet account protection, but once my account was hacked, I took my actions to protect it and do not make it happen again. I changed all my passwords and made them way more complex, I activated two-factors protection, I have installed an authenticator program which warns me (and put a code-protected wall) everytime someone tries to log in my account through a device that is not one of those I specified as secure, and I am going to work more on this direction.
Anyway, there are still people in that mailing list who are older, or just do not know very well what to do, so their account keeps getting cracked. Of course, their incapacity puts to risk all the others connected through the mailing list, which is annoying.
I was looking here for advice to hire a company, or a service, which can take care of this specific group of accounts, perhaps migrating all the accounts to a common, independent provider, such as
I have tried for days to google something that might help, but have not really found what I think I need, I giving here a try. Someone told me to buy a WebRoot service but to me it looks it gives more protection against viruses and such, while security packages have a limit of 5 devices, so it seems to me that is not designed to protect communities against what we are experiencing (maybe I am wrong).
Is there any kind of service that we can hire to protect our mailing list? If of any relevance, we reside in Europe (not just one single country).
I do not even know if such a thing exists, especially for private communities and not for business companies, but I though this was a good point to start.