The Value of Membership
The CTA is an independent, not-for-profit membership organization focused on cybersecurity providers. We currently have 17 members and are actively growing our membership to include cybersecurity companies from around the world and in every part of the ecosystem.
The CTA has three member categories: Contributing, Affiliate, and Charter. Each requires a different level of commitment in return for a greater say in how the organization is managed and run.
Contributing members share intelligence with and draw information from our platform.
Affiliate members have representation on the committees that govern the CTA’s operations, such as determining the amount of intelligence sharing required, how the CTA communicates, and the CTA’s public policy positions. Affiliate members are also eligible to run for a seat on the CTA Board of Directors.
Charter members have these benefits and a guaranteed seat on the CTA Board.
- Join a unique community of experts who share insights and best practices.
- Get cybersecurity industry leaders on speed dial.
- Access the CTA’s automated platform for sharing cyber threat intelligence.
- Share timely, actionable, contextualized, and campaign-based intelligence.
- Improve your products and services to protect your customers.
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Charter members make the greatest level of commitment to CTA, in terms of both dollars and people. In return, charter members are guaranteed a board seat, participate in the committees that help govern the alliance, and share and receive threat intelligence.
- Check Point Software Technologies
- Palo Alto Networks
Affiliate members make a substantial contribution in terms of dollars and people. The specific membership fee varies depending on the member’s global annual revenue. Affiliate members participate in the operations of the alliance, are eligible to run for a board seat, and share and receive threat intelligence.
- Juniper Networks
- NTT Security
- Saint Security
- SK Infosec
- Telefonica’s ElevenPaths
Contributing members make a specific contribution in terms of dollars, and share and receive intelligence. These members are not eligible to sit on the Board or have a designated participant in the standing committees.
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