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Getting to Know CTA: Part 1 — A Community of Practice

The Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA) recently published our Solutions Fact Sheet, which details for prospective members and other interested parties the many ways in which CTA membership generates mutual value. In this series of blog posts, we will explore in greater depth these various use cases and the common…

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Get Your Spidey Sense On

This blog on the importance of staying vigilant online is reposted with permission from the Global Cyber Alliance (GCA). GCA is an international, cross-sector effort dedicated to reducing cyber risk and improving our connected world and we are delighted to be able to work with them as one of our…

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Threat Intelligence Practitioners Take on a Virtual Virus Bulletin

Earlier this month, CTA was all-hands on deck for the virtual Virus Bulletin conference, aka. ‘vblocalhost,’ where we coordinated and sponsored the Threat Intelligence Practitioners’ Summit (TIPS). TIPS spanned a range of perspectives from different corners of the world and highlighted distinct approaches to threat intelligence. If you…

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The Secret Sauce of the Cyber Threat Alliance? Collaboration.

As CTA has developed over the last three years, it has done so with a philosophy of collaboration front-of-mind. CTA provides a venue for productive relationships among our members to emerge and grow. We believe that these kinds of relationships are important and can provide mutual value creation. This is…

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Cyber Threat Intelligence Sharing as a Force Multiplier

Force Multiplication: Past and Present For millennia, military leaders have looked for new tactical and technological means of magnifying their existing strategic resources. Stronger armor, higher walls, and more reliable means of communication and navigation are all examples of innovation as ‘force multiplication.’ The historic consequences of these technologies have…

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The Key Ingredient of CTA? Trust.

“The relationships I and my team have built with the people in other members’ intelligence teams was an unexpected benefit. CTA has enabled us to collaborate within a trusted environment and build independent relationships that make that collaboration even more effective.” – Ryan Olson, Vice President Threat Intelligence (Unit 42),…

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Cybersecurity and Working From Home: Tips & Resources

Earlier this week, CTA announced that we would join 12 other non-profit organizations to support the Global Cyber Alliance “Work From Home. Secure Your Business.” campaign. This effort is focused on shoring up the defenses of a newly remote workforce during the ongoing disruption to our regular lives as…