The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) is the tech-forward community of the $4.8 trillion IT ecosystem and the global hub for the more than 35 million professionals who design, deploy, manage, and secure the technology that powers the modern economy. Through collaboration, education, certifications, advocacy, and market research, CompTIA advances the industries and careers that rely on tech. Visit comptia.org for more.
Founded in 2002, the Executive Women's Forum, www.ewf-usa.com, is the largest member organization serving emerging leaders as well as the most prominent and influential female executives in information Security, IT Risk Management & Privacy. Our mission is to attract, retain and advance women in our field through education, leadership development and the creation of trusted relationships. We are committed to developing future leaders through our scholarship program, Rising Leaders Forum for our millennial members and keeping kids safe online with the Cyber Security School Challenge. The dialogue that begins at our National Conference hosted by Alta Associates, www.altaassociates.com, on Oct. 20-22, 2020 continues throughout the year during regional meetings, cheer dinners, meet & greet events, mentoring and Leadership Journey programs. Our EWF Connect extends the access that occurs during EWF events via an 24/7 online interactive community. Become a member today!
The Global Cyber Alliance (GCA) is an international, cross-sector effort dedicated to eradicating cyber risk and improving our connected world. We achieve our mission by uniting global communities, implementing concrete solutions, and measuring the effect. GCA, a 501(c)3, was founded in September 2015 by the Manhattan District Attorney's Office, the City of London Police and the Center for Internet Security. Learn more at www.globalcyberalliance.org.
NCSA is the nation’s leading nonprofit, public-private partnership promoting cybersecurity and privacy education and awareness. NCSA works with a broad array of stakeholders in government, industry and civil society. NCSA's primary partners are the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency and NCSA's Board of Directors, which includes representatives from ADP; American Express; Bank of America; Cisco; Cofense; Comcast Corporation; Eli Lilly and Company; ESET North America; Facebook; Google; Infosec; Intel Corporation; Marriott International; Mastercard; Microsoft Corporation; Mimecast; Proofpoint; Raytheon; Symantec Corporation; Trend Micro, Inc.; Uber: U.S. Bank; Visa and Wells Fargo.
The Trusted Computing Group (TCG) is a not-for-profit organization formed to develop, define and promote open, vendor-neutral, global industry specifications and standards, supportive of a hardware-based root of trust, for interoperable trusted computing platforms. TCG’s core technologies include specifications and standards for the Trusted Platform Module (TPM), Trusted Network Communications (TNC) and network security and self-encrypting drives. TCG also has work groups to extend core concepts of trust into cloud security, virtualization and other platforms and computing services from the enterprise to the Internet of Things.