Six global organizations have joined together to launch The Coalition to Reduce Cyber Risk (CR²). CR² members, including AT&T, Cisco, HSBC, JPMorgan Chase, Mastercard and Microsoft will partner with each other and governments to advance cyber risk management to strengthen the resilience of economies and infrastructure around the world.
Cisco Systems, Microsoft and four other global organizations today announced the creation of the Coalition to Reduce Cyber Risk (CR2), aimed at encouraging governments to be more open when creating cyber risk management standards, guidelines and regulations covering the private sector.
With an effort to improve cyber-security defenses, six global corporations have joined forces to launch The Coalition to Reduce Cyber Risk, also known as CR².
In the aftermath of cybersecurity incidents hitting multiple industries over the past few years, six global organizations joined to launch The Coalition to Reduce Cyber Risk (CR²).
AT&T, Cisco, HSBC, JPMorgan Chase, Mastercard and Microsoft have joined together to launch an organization to help advance cyber risk management around the world.