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Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative Adds Huntress Labs to Its Ranks

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Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative Adds Huntress Labs to Its Ranks

Managed security platform provider Huntress Labs has announced its entry into the Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative, a government-led consortium of cybersecurity companies, critical infrastructure operators and subject matter experts working together on cybersecurity planning and response efforts.

Congress authorized the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency to establish the JCDC in 2021 to encourage proactive cyberthreat risk mitigation, Huntress  Labs said Wednesday.

The company said it will deliver timely intelligence on vulnerabilities and hacker activities by providing the consortium with threat operations personnel, a round-the-clock security operations center and managed endpoint detection and response capabilities.

In a press release, Huntress Labs added that it previously advised the JCDC on a remote monitoring cyber defense plan and supported efforts to address incidents such as the Progress MOVEit vulnerability.

Huntress Labs CEO Kyle Hanslovan explained that his company will contribute to the development of actionable security solutions by sharing its knowledge with the JCDC.

Founded in 2015 by former National Security Agency personnel, Huntress Labs offers managed security solutions to small and medium-sized businesses. 

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