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 had the chance to discuss our shared vision for the cybersecurity space with other recent college graduates and interns entering the field. The bottom line? We see collaboration as the key to balancing sustainable innovation while prioritizing better securing our digital ecosystem, meaning that the work that CTA is doing couldn’t be more important.
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Divya Ganesan is a rising sophomore at Stanford University studying computer science and political science. As an intern with CTA this summer she has worked on international company recruitment and incident response frameworks. She is excited to use the foundation she has built at CTA to continue to pursue a career in the intersection of technology and policy.
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