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Spotlight on CTA’s new Cyber Threat Report Analyst, Chelsea Conard

CTA is honored to welcome Chelsea Conard to our team as our Cyber Threat Report Analyst leading our analytic reports program. Here we introduce Chelsea in her own words. Can you give us a brief history of your studies and career so far?   My undergraduate studies in Economics, Computer Science,…

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Sharing Threat Intelligence Isn’t Easy: Lessons Learned from Practice

By Michael Daniel, CTA President & CEO The start of a new year presents a good opportunity to think strategically.  In my case, I have been thinking about how threat intelligence sharing works (or doesn’t) and the role it plays in cybersecurity.  We talk a lot about sharing…

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Welcome to CTA, Linda Beverly!

Recently the CTA hired Linda Beverly as our Lead Threat Analyst. We wanted to introduce Linda and share a little about her. Here is more about Linda in her own words. Can you give us a brief history of your career so far? My career has been influenced…

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Stronger Together

In this blog post, we look at what our members have been saying, through guest blogs and profiles in CTA’s quarterly newsletter, about how we are delivering on the core aspects of our mission: protecting end users, disrupting malicious actors, and elevating overall security. The CTA community knows that we are…

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International Women’s Day: Embrace Equity

The theme for the March 8th, 2023, International Women’s Day is Embrace Equity. It is never a more important time than now to embrace equity in the cybersecurity industry. Nearly every aspect of our life is affected by cyber, and we must think outside the box to provide innovative new…

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Cybersecurity Trends to Watch in 2023

By Michael Daniel, CTA President & CEO Yogi Berra once said, “It’s difficult to make predictions, especially about the future.”  That’s true unless you are making predictions about cyber threats. In that case, you can simply say that tomorrow will be worse than today, and you will almost certainly be…

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Why Gen-Z Cares About the Future of Information Sharing

After hearing the buzzword of “information sharing” throughout my education, my summer internship with the Cyber Threat Alliance has shown me how we make this term a reality through facilitating threat intelligence sharing between private companies. As an undergraduate student at Stanford University studying Computer Science and Political Science, I’ve…

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Cyber Threat Alliance Thriving in 2022

As I write this blog, we’re a little over halfway through 2022.  This year has certainly produced some significant surprises – several of which fall into the “what didn’t happen” category. Regardless, though, CTA continues its work to enable members to better protect their customers, aid in the disruption of…

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CTA’s Giant-Sized Anniversary Issue – Early Share #500

When you read superhero comics, you know something exciting is going to happen when you get an issue with a milestone number, like 100, 250, or 500. Those anniversary issues are always giant-sized and start or end a huge storyline (like Amazing Spider-Man #300, when Venom first appears and Spidey…

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Updating the 2020 Summer Olympics Threat Assessment

The Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA) released our first threat assessment focusing on the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo way back in February 2020. Around the release date, we were seeing stories of a novel coronavirus beginning to spread. Some of us were starting to get concerned about it here in…