Spectrum Internet and the Global Cyber Alliance announce cyber security partnership

The Global Cyber Alliance (GCA) is an international, cross-sector effort designed to confront, address, and prevent malicious cyber activity. As the risk of cybercrime increases across the globe, organisations need the means to protect their information and networks from criminals. While most efforts at addressing cyber risk have been industry, sector, or geographically specific, the Global Cyber Alliance is unique as it spans across borders and sectors.

Spectrum Internet are proud to announce their partnership with the GCA, focused on making the Quad9 DNS blocking service available to Spectrum’s customers through our reliable and fully supported DNS infrastructure. As the risk of cybercrime increases across the globe, this partnership provides a freely available first line of defence that helps easily protect the customer’s network and endpoints; reducing risk and protecting against human error.

“We are so pleased to see an ISP helping us lead the way. If all ISPs adopt our services and encourage their customers to follow suit, that greatly advances the mission of GCA. It goes without saying that the majority of cybercrime uses the internet, so internet providers are in an important part of keeping us safe.”

– Andy Bates, Executive Director for the Global Cyber Alliance

About Spectrum Internet – For over 10 years Spectrum Internet have focused on delivering fast and reliable business and home services – from Superfast and Full Fibre Broadband to fully managed Fibre Optic Leased lines. This commitment has seen Spectrum Internet become a top provider of Superfast and Full Fibre Broadband to businesses across Wales and the South West. 

 

About GCA – The Global Cyber Alliance was founded by a partnership of law enforcement and research organisations focused on combating systemic cyber risk in real, measurable ways. The GCA implements concrete solutions to mitigate and then eradicate systemic cyber risks, at the same time, uniting the global communities against cyber risk, across sectors.