GCA Cybersecurity Toolkit



“Our goal is to help organizations create more secure ecosystems to support a free and fair election process.” ~ Philip Reitinger, GCA’s CEO and President.

Byron V. Acohido discussed the GCA Cybersecurity Toolkit for Elections in his article, NEW TECH: A Couple of Tools That Deserve Wide Use — To Preserve the Integrity of U.S. Elections. The election toolkit addresses the most common cyber risks election officials are vulnerable to which Acohido outlines in his article.

To read Acohido’s full article and see what our President & CEO has to say about election security, please click here.

Lagos State Ministry of Justice introduced today the GCA Cybersecurity Toolkit for Small Business in an effort to reduce cybercrime in Lagos State

Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice Lagos State, Mr. Adeniji Kazeem, spoke on the toolkit stating, “The major driving force for the deployment of the cyber security toolkit for small businesses in Lagos State is its apparent potential to reduce cybercrime which in-turn has a significant impact on our collective gains as a Ministry that focuses on creating a crime free society.’’

Cyber security is both domestically and internationally needed. Lagos State Ministry of Justice has partnered with GCA to help prevent against cyber attacks.

GCA’s President and CEO, Phil Reitinger, and Mastercard’s Senior Vice President and Cybersecurity Evangelist, Jon Brickey, were happy to sit down with SC Media’s Executive Editor, Teri Robinson, to discuss the GCA Cybersecurity Toolkit  for Small Business at the RSA Conference last month.

Small businesses are extremely vulnerable to the same cyber attacks larger enterprises encounter, but unfortunately smaller businesses lack the resources larger enterprises have access to for protection. In the interview, Reitinger and Brickey discuss how the toolkit protects small businesses.

Click the picture below to watch the full interview.