Our Vision

Our vision is a secure, trustworthy Internet that enables social and economic progress for all.

Realizing this vision requires tackling a big problem: reducing cyber risk. We approach this challenge by building partnerships and creating a global community that stands stronger together. We tackle projects that will have a global impact, are scalable, measurable, and will reduce risk. To reduce the barrier to enable cybersecurity, we make tools and resources freely available so that any organization or individual can take action right now.

Find out how we’re turning our vision into a reality.

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Cyber Risk Requires a Global Effort

Our world is becoming more connected every day. The cyber threats facing us are continuing to evolve and increase — holding the potential to create significant and even permanent damage.

Whether you’re an individual or organization, it is no longer a matter of “if” you will be impacted by a cyber event but “when.” The reality of cyber risk is undeniable, but that does not mean we can not make progress to reduce it. At the Global Cyber Alliance, we’re uniting organizations across the globe to reduce and eradicate cyber risk.

How We’re Solving
These Challenges

Today’s cyber challenges won’t be solved by any one individual or organization. It takes an innovative, collaborative approach to make a real difference. We follow a unique, proven approach to ensure we make a measurable impact.

  • Build Solutions
  • Make them Free
  • Provide Resources
  • Create a Community
  • Make an Impact

Why Our Work Matters

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John Gilligan, Executive Chairman, Center for Internet Security (CIS)

I remain convinced that the alliance will permit us to start reducing the impact of the growing global cyber threats.

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Cyrus R. Vance, Jr., former Manhattan District Attorney

A crime prevented is far better than a crime prosecuted. The Global Cyber Alliance crosses borders and sectors in an effort to map, understand, and thwart cybercrime, with no profit motive attached, and no goal other than the prevention of future crimes. Together, we are inaugurating a new, better, international approach to fighting this global problem.

Ian Dyson QPM, former Commissioner of the City of London Police

I would encourage organisations across the world to not only recognise the importance of the work of the GCA but also join up so that together we can make the cyber world a safer place for all.