NCA and Cert-UK call on more firms to share cyber-threat data

As statistics suggest 30,000 attacks may have been thwarted by a cyber threat data-sharing scheme, operators NCA and Cert-UK call for more to get involved.

Caroline Donnelly
The National Crime Agency (NCA) wants more organisations to join the governmentÂ’s cyber security threat-sharing scheme, as data reveals suggests it could have thwarted 30,000 cyber attacks.
The Cyber-Security Information Sharing Partnership (CISP), which is co-run by the NCA and the UK Computer Emergency Response Team (Cert-UK), encourages participants to flag and share details of the cyber crime threats they encounter.
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