Public Safety Threat Alliance
Recognized by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)
Motorola Solutions has established a cyber threat Information Sharing and Analysis Organization (ISAO) to provide public safety agencies the capabilities they need to defend against attacks.
Our shared mission
The Public Safety Threat Alliance (PSTA) serves as a cyber threat intelligence sharing, collaboration and information hub for the evolving cyber security challenges faced by the global public safety community. The PSTA strives to improve the cyber security posture, defense and resilience of our members.
Cyber threats are growing in scale and complexity. Public safety organizations need dedicated information and intelligence-sharing capabilities to protect against cyber incidents.
Why Motorola Solutions?
Motorola Solutions' role as a leader in mission-critical communications and cybersecurity for public safety organizations gives us exceptional insights into the cyber threats they face.
Actionable intelligence for public safety cyber threats
We collaborate with trusted partners to collect and analyze cyber threat information to protect public safety organizations and the communities they serve.
We focus on the expert delivery of threat intelligence, information sharing and managed defense.
We provide end-to-end cyber threat intelligence and proactive defense solutions for public safety.
We reduce the cybersecurity burden on public safety agencies so they can focus on their mission.
Trusted leadership to collect and share intelligence
The PSTA collects cyber threat information from law enforcement, private sector and other sources and fuses it into a coherent threat picture for PSTA members, providing public safety-focused actionable intelligence.
The PSTA fills a critical void, creating a single entity focused on the collection, analysis, production and sharing of actionable public safety-focused cyber threat information and intelligence.
Billy Bob Brown, Jr.
Executive Assistant Director for Emergency Communications, CISA