• Updating the 2020 Summer Olympics Threat Assessment

    The Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA) released our first threat assessment focusing on the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo way back in February 2020. Around the release date, we were seeing stories of a novel coronavirus beginning to spread. Some of us were starting to get concerned about it here in the US, but it hadn’t… View Article
  • Implementing the Ransomware Task Force’s Recommendations in the Cybersecurity Industry

    This week, the Ransomware Task Force released its report on combating ransomware.  The RTF, sponsored by the Institute for Security & Technology, is made up of more than 50 expert volunteers from software companies, cybersecurity vendors, government agencies, non-profits, and academic institutions.  The Task Force’s report is timely and its recommendations urgent.  The urgency stems… View Article
  • CTA: A Trusted Environment

    The Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA) Sharing Model relies on our organization’s status as a trusted environment for all of our private-sector members, as well as public sector and civil society partners. That trust also allows us to do so much more. The fact that all of CTA’s private-sector members have access to the same shared… View Article