The Global Cyber Alliance is once again pleased to be the nonprofit sponsor for RSA Conference 2019.

Please join us from March 4 to March 8 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco where you will be able to attend expert-led sessions and seminars to learn about recent cybersecurity developments. You’ll have the opportunity to demo cutting edge products and solutions, and network with peers.

Registration is now open and as a GCA partner, you can enjoy a $100 discount when you register using code 1U9GCAFD.

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Cyberattackers are persistent. Then again, so are we.

Ever have that dream where you eliminate one cybersecurity threat, and two more appear in its place? At RSA Conference 2018 Asia Pacific & Japan, we know that’s also your reality. Which is why we help you stay on top of the latest issues and solutions. And as a GCA member, you’ll enjoy a $100 discount when you register for RSAC 2018 Asia Pacific & Japan. Attend expert-led sessions and forward-thinking keynotes. Demo cutting-edge products and solutions. Network with peers and take your skills—and your career—to the next level.

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The U.S. government has gotten behind the Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance (DMARC) email authentication standard in full force while the private sector, for once, is playing catch up. Phil Reitinger, president and CEO of the Global Cyber Alliance, spoke with SC Media Executive Editor Teri Robinson about DMARC’s benefits and its trajectory in both the private and public sectors.

You can watch the full video interview here:

For more information about DMARC and how to implement it to better protect your domain, please visit

Bob Gourley writes from RSA:

“Every year the RSA conference brings together members of the cybersecurity community for a week of presentations, discussions, tech demos and socials. Concurrent with the event there is always a flurry of press releases. Many are designed to highlight a company’s product or service. Many, like the announcement of the new Microsoft led coalition of tech firms, might be well intentioned but highlight something that will have zero impact. But there are always a few releases that are worth focusing on.

Which leads us to the Global Cyber Alliance. The Global Cyber Alliance is an international, cross-sector effort designed to confront, address, and prevent malicious cyber activity. It is led by an icon of the cybersecurity community, Phil Reitinger, and Phil is a guy known for focusing on action that can be measured (the motto of the alliance is “Do something. Measure it.” (Read full article here).

Click here for more information about the two new open-source tools released at RSA Conference in San Francisco.