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CTA News

Growing the CTA Team

2017 was an important year for CTA: We hired our first full- time employees (myself included), welcomed eight new members into the organization, and have hit a milestone of sharing at least 65,000 STIX™ packages per day on the platform. As we look to increase our footprint within the industry in 2018, we have brought […]

Best Practices

Smarter Cybersecurity Thinking: Change your Mindset to Even the Odds

Cybersecurity is undoubtedly one of the most challenging issues of the 21st century. It now tops the Director of National Intelligence’s Worldwide Threat Assessment, and the World Economic Forum recently declared that a cyber disaster could be more costly than a major hurricane. And yet, although we have invested huge amounts of time and money […]

The Industry

Meltdown and Spectre: What you need to know from CTA

In recent weeks, critical vulnerabilities in modern computer processors were disclosed that affect nearly every piece of computing hardware currently in use. These vulnerabilities, known as Meltdown and Spectre, could be used to allow an attacker to access sensitive information stored in the memory of programs running on your device. Microsoft released a Windows Security […]

The Industry

Are You Ready for the Evolution of Ransomware?

Ransomware once again posed a major threat in 2017, as cyber criminals continued to demonstrate just how effective a tool it is to make money. But 2017 also saw ransomware evolve, as malicious actors combined ransomware with self-propagating worms with the intent to damage data and systems instead of just seeking ransom demands. This new […]

CTA News

Join CTA to Make the Internet a Safer Place

The year has been marked by increasing cybercrime, numerous major global cyber attacks, and steadily rising risk to our critical infrastructure. Industry experts know these trends will only continue to worsen. Never has the need been greater for cybersecurity leaders to join forces to mitigate the major risks that malicious cyber activity poses to every […]

The Industry

You Must Give to Receive: How Sharing Can Prevent the Next Big Attack

It’s time for the cybersecurity industry to stop talking about information sharing.   Before you get out the flamethrowers, though, let me add – it’s time for the cybersecurity industry to start doing information sharing. More specifically, the industry needs to share threat intelligence at speed and at scale.This fundamental idea drives CTA’s main project. […]

The Industry

Cybersecurity Leaders Must Work Together to Take on Tomorrow’s Threats

As businesses and world leaders try to answer the latest security threats while also preparing for what lies ahead, working together has never been more important. Cybercrime will cost the world $6 trillion per year by 2021, based on findings by cybersecurity research firm Cybersecurity Ventures and published in an article on Inc.’s website earlier […]

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