Partnerships

As part of its mission to disrupt malicious cyber activity strategically and to raise the level of cybersecurity across the digital ecosystem, CTA collaborates with a broad range of organizations that are ineligible for membership, as well as individual thought leaders.

Types of Partnerships

CTA’s partnerships fall into three general categories: formal partnerships, including our Contributing Allies, ad-hoc partnerships around areas of mutual interest, and the invitation-only ‘CTA Champions’ program, which encompasses individuals from industry, academia, and beyond who are passionate advocates for CTA’s mission and goals.

Our Partners

  • The Aspen Institute logo.
  • The Cybercrime Support Network logo.
  • The CyberPeace Institute Logo.
  • The FS-ISAC Logo.
  • The Global Cyber Alliance logo.
  • The Mitre Engenuity logo.

Eligibility Requirements

Unlike CTA members, our partners do not participate in governing CTA, setting CTA’s operational agenda, or establishing CTA’s policy / advocacy positions. However, like our members, they must also meet a set of objective criteria to ensure that they uphold CTA’s integrity and reputation:

  • Not creating undue security risks for CTA or our members
  • Respecting the rule of law, including international law as applied to cyberspace
  • Upholding widely agreed-upon norms of behavior in cyberspace
  • Not being listed on the United Nations Security Council Consolidated List or the United States Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control Sanctions List
  • For governments, agreeing to conduct their relationship with CTA through a network defense organization, such as an authoritative national CERT or CSIRT

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