Who We Are:

The NTIC Cyber Center is an organization dedicated to making the National Capital Region (NCR) more resilient to cyber-attacks by sharing our analysis of current and emerging cyber threats, promoting the widespread adoption of best practices, and encouraging incident reporting. The center works alongside agency partners to ensure the NCR is prepared to prevent, protect against, mitigate, and recover from all threats and hazards. The NTIC Cyber Center prides itself on providing timely, relevant, and actionable cyber threat intelligence.

What We Do:

Cyber Threat Analysis: The NTIC Cyber Center employs a variety of tools and resources to analyze cyber threat indicators and the tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) used by cyber adversaries and to assess the potential impact of cyber attacks on citizens, organizations, sectors, and networks in the NCR.

Information Sharing: The NTIC Cyber Center promotes cyber threat information sharing across sectors and throughout the NCR. Information sharing on cyber threats is vital to reducing risk. By publishing and distributing alerts, threat analysis products, mitigation strategies, best practices, and various tips and resources, the center raises awareness of critical threats.

Incident Reporting: We encourage all citizens and organizations in the NCR to voluntarily report cyber incidents using the NTIC Cyber Center Incident Reporting Form. These reports enable us to track trends, aid in incident response efforts, and stay ahead of the constantly evolving cyber threat landscape.



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The NTIC is governed by a privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties protection policy to promote conduct that complies with applicable federal, state, and local laws. The NTIC does not seek or retain any information about individuals or organizations solely on the basis of their religious, political or social views or activities; their participation in a particular noncriminal organization or lawful event; or their race, ethnicities, citizenships, places of origin, ages, disabilities, genders, or sexual orientations. No information is gathered or collected by the NTIC in violation of federal or state laws or regulations.