A trusted alliance OF BUSINESS & LAW ENFORCEMENT WORKING TOGETHER TO DISRUPT CYBERCRIME.
A United Front
The National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance (NCFTA) was formed in 2002. It serves one essential purpose: to provide a trusted, confidential forum where private sector and law enforcement can work together to identify and disrupt today’s most pressing cyber-related threats. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, we offer a neutral setting that’s essential to sharing openly, learning mutually, and defending collectively. We are a community of the committed, not the curious.
PARTNERING WITH TOP COMPANIES IN FINANCIAL, Technology, Manufacturing, HEALTHCARE AND OTHER SECTORS.
Our work encompasses three interconnected program areas
Malware and Cyber Threats
Connects with cross-sector partners' CTI and Enterprise Security teams to collectively share real-time and evolving cyber threats. The internal team supports our Partners through requested technical research, well-honed intelligence gathering practices, incident response support, and a robust Malware analysis capability.
Made up of financial industry stakeholders who responsibly share intelligence, analytical and investigative resources, and threat mitigation strategies, all within a safe harbor. The team works to assess, identify, connect, and validate cyber-enabled fraud, money laundering, and other financial criminal activity.
Focused on identifying actionable intelligence among a community committed to disrupting the global distribution and sale of counterfeit goods; illicit drugs, pharmaceuticals, and tobacco; and fraud impacting the retail sector.
We refer to our members as “partners” due to the collaborative nature of our work. They come from Fortune 500 companies and other cross-sector businesses, government agencies, and a select number of academic programs.
We provide a team of cross-functional NCFTA intelligence analysts, in-person venues and workspaces, and secure virtual communication channels (i.e. intelligence sharing infrastructure), which foster a community of collaboration and trust. The NCFTA and our partners have no agenda other than to share what’s emerging, what’s working, and ultimately disrupt most urgent cyber-enabled threats to individuals, corporations, and even national security.