The connection between all organizations when it comes to Cyber Security is clear. We are all under attack. Digital transformation is embedding technology into the fabric of our lives. Typically, these technologies are meant to improve business or assist users, but one key element is often overlooked: We are all connected, and the exploits that take advantage of technological vulnerabilities will increasingly impact the well-being of almost everyone in our society. To take advantage of this, we need a trusted community where we can work on solving these problems together.
This is why we have partnered with these organizations. They are vital to our mission of bringing together the Cyber community to unite ourselves against the risks that we all face every day.
The Cyber Readiness Institute (CRI) is launching a suite of tools and resources to enable small and medium-sized businesses to address key issues related to improving cybersecurity. As a founding CRI Champion, we are partnering with this initiative to offer SMBs the next layer of support in addressing the challenges they face. An introductory discount on our Community Memberships will be available for CRI users to assist their security professionals in getting smarter and their companies to be safer.
CyberUSA is a collaboration of states focused on a common mission purpose of enabling innovation, education, workforce development, enhanced cyber readiness and resilience - all while connecting the cyber ecosystem of the United States and its Allies. This non-profit “community of communities” is governed by its members, established to enhance information sharing between states and improve cyber resilience at all levels of participation - local, regional and national. CyberUSA provides a communication framework, a national summit and cyber related resources to communities across the United States.
This new partnership includes a special program offer to all CyberUSA affiliates, the aided support of CyberUSA’s mission and vision, as well as a new advisory board within The Cybersecurity Collaborative to give a direct voice to CyberUSA affiliates to help define the content and expertise they are looking for.
The Cybercrime Support Network is giving a voice for individuals and SMBs affected by cybercrime. Founded in 2017, CSN is the first organization to connect victims to resources, increase cybercrime and online fraud reporting, and address the lack of information available to law enforcement and industry with a national reporting structure. Fraudsupport.org is the victim services site being used by hundreds in need of support each day. As a partner of the Cybersecurity Collaborative and a fellow CRI Champion, we support CSN in their ambitious endeavors to provide a framework for cybercrime reporting and bring a voice to the victims of cybercrime. An introductory discount on our community membership will be available to CSN affiliates to support their mission and vision for the future of cybersecurity.
The establishment of ISAOs allows communities of interest to share cyber threat information with each other on a voluntary basis. ISAOs may also, if they choose, participate in existing federal cybersecurity information sharing programs, providing access to near-real-time cyber threat indicators. The goal is to create deeper and broader networks of information sharing nationally that foster the development and adoption of automated mechanisms for the sharing of information to elevate the security of the nation.