NSA’s Cybersecurity Collaboration Center Celebrates Its First Year

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Source: NSA
Source: NSA

January 4, 2022 | Originally published by NSA on December 22, 2021

One year ago, the National Security Agency (NSA) stood up the Cybersecurity Collaboration Center in an open business park outside NSA’s fence line, breaking down barriers between the Agency and the outside world.

In the past year, through sharing actionable, contextualized threat intelligence derived from NSA’s foreign signals intelligence mission, thousands of analytic exchanges between the Collaboration Center and industry partners on known foreign actors helped identify and prioritize critical threats. The insights shared by NSA will enable partners to detect adversary targeting of their infrastructure and mitigate the activity to protect their networks and customers.

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