T&M Announces it has Joined the Global Cyber Alliance

NEW YORK, NY – October 5, 2016 – T&M Protection Resources, LLC a New York City based global provider of integrated security, cyber, intelligence and investigative solutions is pleased to announce it is now a partner in the Global Cyber Alliance (GCA), an international non-profit dedicated to reducing systemic cyber risk.

“In an era of rapidly evolving cyber threats, we are pleased to partner with an organization that shares T&M’s dedication to confronting modern security challenges at the highest and most innovative level,” stated T&M Chairman and CEO Robert S. Tucker. “Collaboration on this important issue enables T&M to continue providing the best security, intelligence and risk mitigation solutions to our clients.”

Founded in September 2015 by the New York District Attorney’s Office, the City of London Police and the Center for Internet Security, GCA is an international, cross-sector effort with headquarters in New York and London. Unlike most other cyber risk prevention efforts that are industry, sector, or geographically specific, GCA seeks to confront, address, and prevent malicious cyber activity across borders and sectors.

"GCA is pleased to have T&M Protection Resources join our effort to confront cyber risk,” said William Pelgrin, Board Chair for the Global Cyber Alliance. “T&M’s deep expertise, ability to reach senior executives throughout the United States and Israel will be a huge asset in helping GCA programs and capabilities.”

"With cyber attacks growing in both frequency and sophistication, it is critical to collaborate and develop new strategies to mitigate cyber risk," commented Paul G. Lewis, Vice President of T&M’s Technology Risk division, a strategic business initiative comprised of Information Security, Cyber Incident Response, Compliance Technology Consulting and Data Forensics. "T&M provides innovative cybersecurity solutions to prevent data compromise for clients around the world and is proud to partner with the Global Cyber Alliance in its quest to eradicate systemic cyber risks."