The Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA) is a non-profit organization that is working to improve the cybersecurity of the global digital ecosystem by enabling near real-time, high-quality cyber threat information sharing among companies in the cybersecurity field.
We are proud to sponsor the VB2021 Threat Intelligence Practitioners’ Summit at VB2021
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We protect customers, strengthen critical infrastructure, and defend the digital ecosystem.
We prevent, identify, and disrupt malicious activity by rapidly sharing timely, actionable intelligence.
We reward context sharing to identify an indicator and provide useful information about it.
We attribute intelligence to the member who submits it, but anonymize any and all victim and sensitive data.
We require all members to share a minimum amount of intelligence with the alliance to prevent the free-rider problem.
All potential members undergo a thorough vetting process with our Membership Committee to confirm eligibility and ensure that CTA membership is mutually beneficial.
Prospective members must meet the 4 baseline criteria below. Potential value to CTA and any potential security risks are also considered.
(1) All members must be eligible to conduct business in the United States
(2) All members must have cyber threat intelligence to submit to CTA
(3) All members must maintain the technical capability to share and receive threat intelligence to / from CTA
(4) All members must not have undue influence from government affiliations, other than customer relationships, that are contrary to CTA’s purpose
As part of our mission to elevate cybersecurity across the digital ecosystem, CTA partners with organizations from academia, non-profits, and governmental institutions that are ineligible for membership. CTA has established a diverse range of flexible partnerships to allow productive relationships with non-members to be undertaken.
Learn more about CTA Partnerships.