• 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 shaped empires, economies, and civilizations… View Article
  • Working Together For The Greater Good During The COVID-19 Pandemic

    By Joe Chen, Engineering, Security Technologies & All Endpoint Solutions, Broadcom Inc. After learning that Jeannette Jarvis and Michael Daniel wanted me to contribute a blog to the CTA site, I was excited to help. When CTA started, our goal was simple, to collaborate across the industry and share threat intelligence for the greater good…. View Article
  • CTA & The Importance of Building and Learning Through Action

    By Wade Woolwine, Principal Security Researcher, Rapid7 Five years ago, when Rapid7 connected with the Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA), we had just started our entry into the incident detection and response space. With our background in offensive security, we naturally gravitated to detecting threats through user accounts and attacker activity on the endpoints. As we… View Article