Dthree Peer Learning

Cyberfenders Dthree (“Digital Defence Dojo”) helps cybersecurity professionals unlock greater wisdom and insights through the power of crowd.

Dthree is an online peer-to-peer learning group that addresses cybersecurity best practices and share hot topics in a structured way. Led by our team of experts, referencing the NIST Cybersecurity Framework and Retail Cyber Intelligence Sharing Centre, we share a common vision to educate each other in the interests of safer business. As a council of peers, we evaluate critical practices and identify what is overlooked.

Dthree offers:

  • A broader cybersecurity awareness
  • Helps members identify potential shortfalls in their own operations
  • Keeps members informed of the latest global threats
  • Deals with typical risk and risk prevention scenarios
  • Addresses best practice for when a security incident has occurred
  • Upholds a technology agnostic approach for all members to participate
  • And provides member access to the Dthree portal

Dthree uses collaborative digital practices for working minds from anywhere in the world. Our approach is convenient for those in full-time jobs, whilst remaining the most cost-effective method for organisations to grow their cybersecurity wisdom.

Be part of a cyber defence exchange

See the Dthree PORTAL for more information.

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Andrew Smith

Andrew is a senior systems-engineer with over 20 years experience in corporate and small business environments. This includes consulting for large ICT service providers. He has supported systems at every level in the organization, including infrastructure, operating systems, applications, and perimeter protection. He also collaborates with software development teams on web, database, and infrastructure security. Andrew has co-founded multiple ICT businesses, where he advises on cybersecurity strategies and policies. Andrew has a 3-year National Diploma in Electronics (light current).

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