OpenText joins JCDC

OpenText announced on February 13 that it has been named a member of the U.S. Government public-private cybersecurity initiative, Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative (JCDC). This collaborative effort, established by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), is dedicated to elevating the cybersecurity posture of the U.S. government and its strategic international partners.

“OpenText is honored to join the JCDC and contribute to its mission of enhancing the cybersecurity of the U.S. government and its allies,” said Mark Barrenechea, OpenText CEO and CTO. “We believe that OpenText threat intelligence capabilities and insights will complement the efforts of the other JCDC members and create a more secure and resilient cyber ecosystem in support of mission.

As a member, OpenText will support JCDC’s mission to shift the paradigm from reacting to threats and vulnerabilities to proactively planning and taking steps to mitigate them. These efforts will help strengthen the government’s security management practices which are essential to protect sensitive data from threat actors.

“Partnering with the JCDC provides OpenText the opportunity to help anchor and elevate cyber defense for this nation,” says Kevin Greene, public sector, OpenText Cybersecurity. “As a former DHS alum, it is an honor to be the partner lead for OpenText as we join forces with the JCDC to disrupt adversarial activities with relentless resilience through early warning capabilities and actionable threat intelligence.”

Source: OpenText

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