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The National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance (NCFTA) was established in 2002 as a nonprofit partnership between private industry, government, and academia for the sole purpose of providing a neutral, trusted environment that enables two-way collaboration and cooperation to identify, mitigate, and disrupt cyber crime.

Our focus is on results.  By combining shared information and making the resulting intelligence actionable, the NCFTA has enabled our community of trusted partners to prevent over $1 billion in potential losses while also helping to identify critical threats impacting private industry and supporting global law enforcement by helping to identify current threats most impactful to industry.

*As reported for FY’s 2015-2017

Our Programs

Our Core Values:

Our “One Team, One Goal” motto epitomizes our culture. We practice what we preach and adhere to the following core values:

We support each other and foster an environment of collaborative partnerships

We support an atmosphere of creativity, inclusion, and trust

We believe in personal development and work to achieve personal growth through teamwork, training, and exposure to new opportunities

We strive for excellence in everything we do

We take our work, our mission, and our shared success very personal

Our Vision:

The NCFTA will continue to be a global model for public-private partnership, collaboration, mutual support, and trust without regard to borders or sectors. We will continue to meet the needs of our private sector, law enforcement, academic, and international partners by expanding relationships, constantly enhancing our operational capabilities, and building upon our technical support infrastructure. We will lead, grow, adapt, and change in order to meet the needs of our diverse support community and to keep pace with an ever changing adversary.

“For the committed, not the curious” – NCFTA Law Enforcement Partner

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