CyberCX joins global Cyber Threat Alliance

CyberCX joins global Cyber Threat Alliance

CyberCX, a leading provider of cybersecurity and cloud services, has been announced as the newest member of the Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA), a global group of leading cybersecurity organisations working together to improve the global cyber ecosystem.

CyberCX’s participation in the Alliance represents a significant uplift in Australia and New Zealand-based cyber intelligence capability being contributed to the global group, with CyberCX just the second organisation in the Australia and New Zealand region to attain membership with CTA.

By enabling real-time sharing of cybersecurity information among its 36 member organisations, the Alliance aims to advance the cyber security of critical infrastructure and increase the security, availability, integrity and efficiency of information systems across the globe.

“At a time when the global threat landscape continues to deteriorate, international partnerships between like-minded organisations protecting customers at the cyber frontlines will prove increasingly crucial to improve our resilience and deter emboldened threat actors,” said Alastair MacGibbon, Chief Strategy Officer, CyberCX. “The CTA serves an incredibly important mission in this context and CyberCX is proud to play our part in this global effort, strengthening the sharing of high-value, real-time threat intelligence to and from the Australia and New Zealand region.”

The Alliance’s membership includes many of the largest organisations in the global cyber security landscape, including Palo Alto Networks, Symantec, Cisco, McAfee and AT&T Alien Labs.

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