Domain Trust

Domain Trust is an intelligence platform that provides registries, registrars, and cyber protection agencies high quality, large-scale sets of data on suspected malicious and criminal domains that are being used in phishing attempts, malware distribution, and command and control (C2) activities. This data provides them the intelligence upon which they can take further action: investigation, suspension, or disablement.

Domain Trust was created and made available by the Global Cyber Alliance.

Automated IoT Defence Ecosystem (AIDE)

The Global Cyber Alliance’s Automated IoT Defence Ecosystem or AIDE project consists of an information-sharing platform that will enable the automated collection, analysis, distribution, and display of attacks on IoT devices, as a means to ultimately implement mechanisms of distributed defense within the large IoT community, from manufacturers and researchers to regulators and smart cities.

AIDE was created and made available by the Global Cyber Alliance.


Quad9 is a free service that replaces your default ISP or enterprise Domain Name Server (DNS) configuration. When your computer performs any Internet transaction that uses the DNS (and most transactions do), Quad9 blocks lookups of malicious host names from an up-to-the-minute list of threats. This blocking action protects your computer, mobile device, or IoT systems against a wide range of threats such as malware, phishing, spyware, and botnets, and it can improve performance in addition to guaranteeing privacy.

Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance (DMARC)

DMARC is a mechanism that allows senders and receivers to monitor and improve protection of their domain from fraudulent email. Implementation of DMARC will ensure mail recipients can detect when spammers have spoofed the “From” address on mail messages. An implementation guide is also available.

DMARC was created and made available by the Global Cyber Alliance.

GCA Cybersecurity Toolkit

The GCA Cybersecurity Toolkit is an online resource that includes free and effective tools businesses can start using right now to make an immediate impact on reducing cyber risk. GCA provides toolkits specifically for small businesses, journalists, or election offices.

Created and made available by the Global Cyber Alliance.

Tecnología y Comunidad (TEDIC)

We develop open civic technology: We promote the use and development of free software and hardware, open design and open data.

We defend digital rights: We seek for full compliance of civil rights on the Internet. We research, advocate and train in privacy, freedom of expression, network neutrality, copyright, among others.


Relevant Tools for D4D Coalition Community

TunnelBear is a mission-driven VPN service that has been working towards an open and uncensored internet for over a decade. Tunnelbear regularly collaborates with the broader internet freedom and digital rights community to provide free VPN codes to at-risk democracy actors, and also provide free bandwidth to countries experiencing widespread internet censorship.

Global Cyber Alliance

Internet security is one of the most significant challenges in our connected world. A trustworthy Internet is a shared, universal challenge that reaches beyond borders and connects us all. Fortunately, the Internet was built by people and it runs on software. That means we can fix it – fast.

At GCA we build programs, partnerships, and tools to make the connected world safer and more secure for all.