Anomali Joins No More Ransom Partnership Ecosystem

Anomali Joins No More Ransom Partnership Ecosystem

March 25, 2019 | Marc Green

On the 25th of March, Anomali is proud to announce a supporting partnership with No More Ransom (NMR). Anomali innovates intelligence-driven solutions that address cyber security challenges to achieve a more secure world. NMR is a non-commercial public-private initiative launched in July 2016 which created a common portal containing relevant information on the ransomware subject matter. During the past two years, NMR has continued to significantly grow the project with new law enforcement representation globally, as well as companies from the public and private sector. Thus far, more than 65 decryption tools are available and more than 79,000 ransomware victims have been helped.

Marc Green, Principal Threat Intelligence Analyst said; “Anomali are delighted to join the No More Ransom partnership ecosystem. Ransomware outbreaks are repeatedly observed, both targeted and opportunistic, across all verticals and regions by financially motivated cyber threat actors, and pose a significant threat to organisations. Through the partnership, Anomali will continue to vocalise and assist NMR engagements as part of Anomali’s global ISAC strategy.”

Marc Green
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Marc Green

Marc Green is an SC vetted information security professional with a focus on threat intelligence and strategy. Marc has over nine years of experience in information security, predominately spent within financial services. As Principal Threat Intelligence Analyst he is primarily involved with intelligence analysis and dissemination, coordinating and contributing to a number of information sharing initiatives, and engaging with trusted partner communities. Prior to joining Anomali, he led the Threat & Vulnerability Management (TVM) function at a pan-European stock exchange and has consulted on threat intelligence capability maturity. He holds a Bachelor of Science (BSc) and Master of Science (MSc) from Queen’s University Belfast and a Post-graduate Diploma from the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School, Dublin. He also holds a number of industry certifications.

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