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Threat Intelligence Provider OpenText Named to CISA-Led Consortium

JCDC member

Threat Intelligence Provider OpenText Named to CISA-Led Consortium

Threat intelligence company OpenText has announced its entry into the Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative, a public-private group founded by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.

The JCDC is tasked with strengthening the cybersecurity posture of the United States and its international allies, OpenText said.

The group aims to protect the government’s sensitive data by promoting a proactive security management approach.

Mark Barrenechea, the company’s CEO and chief technology officer, explained that OpenText threat intelligence capabilities will complement other JCDC members’ efforts and contribute to cyber ecosystem security and resilience.

The company said it will offer its BrightCloud threat intelligence telemetry solution to create visibility into cyberattacker behavior for businesses and consumers. The JCDC will also gain access to software for tracking such actors early in the attack lifecycle, OpenText added.

To support software supply chain security, OpenText intends to provide a threat intelligence solution for open-source code.

The company added that it will actively share threat intelligence with CISA analysts and global cyber defenders.

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