Callsign, an identity fraud, authorization & authentication company, has partnered with The Global Cyber Alliance (GCA), an international, cross-sector organization designed to confront, address, and prevent malicious cyber activity to deliver a new global standard for improved security through Intelligence Driven Authentication. The partnership will provide enterprises with smarter technology and better methodologies for managing authentication.
Every day the threats from cybercrime are evolving, meaning the traditional one-size-fits-all approach to cyber security risk management is ineffective. Callsign's Intelligence Driven Authentication Solution reduces fraud risks by analyzing thousands of datapoints across device, location and behavior to confirm that the user is, who they say they are, to combat fraudulent attacks such as phishing, Man in the Middle (MITM) and advanced malware threats.
The GCA is committed to making a real impact in helping enterprises combat hacking and cybercrime. While most efforts at addressing cyber risk have been industry, sector, or geographically specific, the GCA is unique as it spans across borders and sectors.
Philip Reitinger, President and CEO of the GCA said “GCA is focused on making a difference in the security of enterprises around the world. We look forward to working with Callsign as one of our partners to make significant strides in improving the quality of authentication.”
Zia Hayat, the CEO of Callsign stated, “We are very excited to be working with an organization of GCA’s stature. The work that they are doing is critically important and Callsign will be able to make a real impact with our unique technology and approach”.
About GCA – The Global Cyber Alliance is based in New York City and London with collaborating members located around the world. GCA was founded by a partnership of law enforcement and research organizations focused on combating systemic cyber risk in real, measurable ways. For more information, please visit Global Cyber Alliance.