Quad9 joins the Cyber ​​Threat Alliance as the leading DNS service to improve the cybersecurity of our global digital ecosystem

Joining the world’s largest non-profit cyber threat alliance, the leading recursive DNS service partners with the world’s leading security organizations to protect the internet

ZURICH, September 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Quad9 (quad9.net), the first free recursive DNS service, has joined the Cyber ​​Threat Alliance (CTA) [cyberthreatalliance.org], a global non-profit organization that works to improve the cybersecurity of our global digital ecosystem by enabling high-quality, near real-time cyber threat information sharing between organizations. Quad9 is part of the Contributing Allies Programwhich involves collaboration on cyber incidents and key cybersecurity topics.

Sharing expertise and threat intelligence with Cyber ​​Threat Alliance partners is essential to countering online threats such as malware, phishing, identity theft and ransomware.

“As we expand our global reach, Quad9 is committed to working with other cybersecurity vendors through partnerships and strategic alliances,” said John Todd, CEO of Quad9. “Joining CTA’s Contributing Allies program certainly aligns with this goal and allows us to engage more frequently with other like-minded organizations as we work together to improve security and privacy for all.”

The Domain Name System (DNS) is where malicious domain names can be most effectively blocked, preventing users from having their money, identity, or data stolen. Over the past six years, Quad9 has built its strength by developing the best DNS service with maximum security and 100% privacy. In doing so, Quad9 has secured its place as one of the most important free cybersecurity providers around the world; protecting tens of millions of users with servers in nearly 100 countries.

“We are thrilled to have Quad9 as a contributing ally,” said Michael Daniel, President and CEO of the Cyber ​​Threat Alliance. “They provide excellent security services and have unique insights into the flow of data on the Internet. We look forward to working with them to continue improving the security of our digital ecosystem.”

Anyone who wants to boost their privacy and security can configure their device to use Quad9’s DNS service, which blocks over 150 million malicious events every day. Quad9’s services are available to individuals and organizations.

You can get more information about Quad9’s services or learn more about strategic partnerships and sponsorship opportunities by visiting quad9.net.

About Quad9

Quad9 is a recursive DNS service providing cybersecurity protection against malware and phishing. Quad9 is a Swiss non-profit foundation that exists to improve privacy and security, Quad9 does not collect or resell personal data. Its service is provided free of charge to individuals and organizations and does not require any contract. The organization was launched in 2017 and now operates from nearly two hundred locations in ninety countries. Quad9 exists to improve the protection and privacy of end users worldwide, in addition to promoting the stability and security of the Internet.

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