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Five Years of Action. Five Years of Impact.

By Aimée Larsen Kirkpatrick Happy Anniversary Global Cyber Alliance! Today is a milestone
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A Student Account of Their CyberFirst Summer Placement with GCA

Over the past eight weeks myself and three other CyberFirst bursary students have been working
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Cyber Hygiene, Collaboration, and Preparedness: Keys to Resilience for a Healthcare Under Threat

By Klara Jordan The cost of exploitation of vulnerable information and communications technology
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The Global Cyber Alliance | An Organization All About Scale

By Phil Reitinger This week we join thousands of our colleagues at RSA Conference 2020. It’s
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Europa Calling: The Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace

By Klara Jordan Operationalising Principles One Year In 2018 saw a range of initiatives aimed
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GCA is Proud to be a CFC-Approved Charity | Help Us Make a Difference!

By Krista Montie Each year the global cost of cybercrime is estimated at nearly $600 billion,
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Happy Birthday GCA!

By Aimée Larsen Kirkpatrick Four years ago (and a day) the Global Cyber Alliance (GCA) was
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In The News
In The News

GCA June Newsletter 2019

GCA’s June Newsletter is finally here! This month has been full of excitement for the
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In The News
In The News

DNS Firewalls Could Prevent Billions in Losses to Cybercrime

GCA’s newest report claims organizations could save as much as $200 billion with DNS
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Press Release
Press Release

Use of DNS Firewalls Could Reduce 33% of All Cybersecurity Breaches, New Global Cyber Alliance Research Finds

More than $10 Billion in Data Breach Losses Over Past Five Years from the Studied Incidents
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Small Business Cybersecurity: Prevent Phishing and Viruses

Every year many small businesses fall victim to costly malware and phishing attacks, and it
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Europa Calling: Community Cybersecurity

By Klara Jordan In its 30 May 30 2015 article the Washington Post brilliantly recounts the
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