SentinelOne has joined the Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative (JCDC), a U.S. Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) group that allows global organizations to work together to combat cyber threats.
As a JCDC member, SentinelOne's SentinelLabs threat intelligence team will help the group "gather, analyze and share information about cyber threats," the company said. It will enable JCDC members to use its threat intelligence to identify and analyze vulnerabilities, attack vectors, malware strains and threat actors.
In addition, SentinelOne will provide JCDC with strategic planning insights and support, the company said. As such, JCDC members can utilize SentinelOne's cybersecurity technologies and expertise to gain insights into emerging threats and find the best ways to stay ahead of them.
NTT, Zscaler Join JCDC
Along with SentinelOne, telecommunications company NTT in January 2023 became a JCDC member. NTT is working with JCDC members to help the U.S. government "strengthen focus on cybersecurity and boost resilience internationally," the company said.
Previously, cloud security and zero trust protection company Zscaler in December 2022 joined JCDC. Zscaler is participating in cybersecurity planning sessions with JCDC members, the company stated. It also is working with JCDC members to find ways to help global organizations improve their collective security posture.
A Closer Look at JCDC
CISA created JCDC in 2021 to support "the global cyber community in the collective defense of cyberspace," according to a prepared statement. JCDC members collect, assess and share cyber risk information with one another. In doing so, JCDC members work together to synchronize cybersecurity planning and incident response.
To date, JCDC has established public and private sector partnerships across the global cyber community, CISA indicated. The group continues to explore partnership opportunities and invites global organizations to join free of charge.