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CISA Adds Securin to Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative

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CISA Adds Securin to Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative

Securin has announced its entry into the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative, a public-private consortium working to address cyberthreats and vulnerabilities by sharing threat intelligence and guidance.

Congress, through the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act, ordered CISA to set up JCDC, Securin said.

Securin CEO Ram Movva said his company will contribute expertise and assets to support the JCDC’s risk reduction efforts. The collaboration will involve forming strategies for cyber operations, promoting the importance of cyber defense and disseminating guidance to various stakeholders, he added.

In a press release, Securin stated that it offers proactive solutions to improve businesses’ security posture. The company said it provides businesses with the time needed to assess and remediate risks before they are exploited.

Recent additions to JCDC include Fortress Information Security, Tanium and Proofpoint.

Eric Goldstein, CISA’s executive assistant director for cybersecurity, has stressed the importance of persistent collaboration between the public and private sectors on cyber defense.

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