The Collective Defense mission continues
Protecting the heart
of national defense
Our vision is to advance public/private collaboration to secure
the nation on today's cyber battlefield, faster and better.
~25% of cyber attacks
instigated by nation-state orVerizon’s 2019 Data Breach
83 data breaches
in 2019, exposing about 3.6Identity Theft Resource Center Report
million sensitive records.
Protecting the defense industrial base and DOD networks is critical for defending the nation at large, especially as these attacks become more and more sophisticated. Collaboration enables speed and full visibility of the threat landscape for faster detection and response.
Now is the time for Collective Defense.
"Protecting critical infrastructure is no longer a private sector concern, but a national security imperative. We know malicious actors seek to disrupt global economies through attacks on technology systems that keep our lights on, food supplies safe and militaries prepared. Our partnership with IronNet offers the integration of advanced cyber products and operations experience to the global market."
John DeSimone | Vice President of Cybersecurity and Special Missions at Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services
With Collective Defense you gain
Greater visibility of
unknown threatsfor faster detection,
investigation, and triage
The ability to augment
limited cyber staffthrough automated
hunting and collaborative
into SIEM and SOAR toolsto improve effectiveness of
Real-time access to
of threatsto reduce hacker dwell time
in DOD networks
Advanced ways to see and
classify "unknown unknowns"thereby automating the
reduction of noise
and “alert fatigue”
Machine learning detection
analytics that free up staffto focus on prioritization
and rapid response
around the corner
With the IronDome Detection Correlation Dashboard, it is
possible to break traditional government silos to learn of
commercial-sector threats that may threaten federal
supply chains and DOD networks.
See more cyber threats. Faster.
How can public and private organizations work together to establish a collective defense capability? Hear some ideas about how the U.S. can innovate to better defend itself in cyberspace.
Only as strong as your weakest link
You may be confident about your company’s security safeguards. But what about your vendors, suppliers, and other third-parties? Learn more about the 5 most common supply chain cyber attacks … and how to stop them.
General (Ret.) Keith Alexander,
Co-CEO of IronNet and former Commander U.S. Cyber Command
IRONNET ENGAGE WEBINAR SERIESA call to action for Collective Defense
Insights on bold, new ideas for securing cyberspace, including planning for the continuity of the economy and strengthening key entities with direct government support.