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CISA Adds Fortress Information Security to JCDC



CISA Adds Fortress Information Security to JCDC

Fortress Information Security has announced that it is now part of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative.

As a JCDC member, Fortress will offer its experience in building partnerships with organizations providing supply chain resilience solutions for the U.S. power grid. Alex Santos, CEO and co-founder of Fortress, said the company will work with CISA and JCDC members to protect the United States from emerging cyber threats against critical infrastructure and government agencies.

CISA established JCDC in 2021 to bring together cyber defenders and protect the U.S. from malicious cyber actors, Fortress Information Security said Tuesday.

The cybersecurity agency has been expanding its cyber collaboration initiative, having brought in several companies since the start of 2023. Washington-based Tanium and California-based Proofpoint were the most recent additions to JCDC before Fortress, having been added in August and May, respectively.

JCDC is a private-public collaboration designed to promote operational alliances across the cybersecurity community, improve visibility and broaden insights into the cyber threat landscape, cultivate a diverse pool of resources and expertise for creative cybersecurity solutions creations and enhance collective abilities to gather and share cyber threat information.

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Category: Cybersecurity

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