Information Sharing and Analysis Center

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Information Sharing and Analysis Center
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AbbreviationISAC

An Information Sharing and Analysis Center or (ISAC) is a nonprofit organization that provides a central resource for gathering information on cyber threats to critical infrastructure and providing two-way sharing of information between the private and public sector.[1][2]

Canada[edit]

  • Global Mining and Metals Information Sharing & Analysis Centre (MM-ISAC)[3]

Europe[edit]

European Energy - Information Sharing & Analysis Centre (EE-ISAC)[4] is a network of private utilities, solution providers and (semi) public institutions such as academia, governmental and non-profit organizations which share valuable information on cyber resilience to strengthen the cyber security of the European Power Grid.

India[edit]

In India, the Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ISAC) operates as an independent non-profit organization that works closely as Public-Private-Partner (PPP) with apex nodal agency for cyber security, National Critical Information Infrastructure Protection Center (NCIIPC), designated under the IT Act Law 2000.

United States[edit]

The National Council of ISACs (NCI Directorate) members include:

  • Automotive (Auto-ISAC)
  • Aviation (A-ISAC)
  • Communications ISAC (NCC)
  • Defense Industrial Base (DIB-ISAC)
  • Emergency Services (EMR-ISAC)
  • Electricity (E-ISAC)
  • Energy Analytic Security Exchange (EASE)
  • Elections Infrastructure ISAC (EI-ISAC)[5]
  • Financial Services (FS-ISAC)
  • Healthcare Ready
  • Health (H-ISAC)
  • Information Technology (IT-ISAC)
  • Maritime Security ISAC
  • Multi-State ISAC (MS-ISAC)
  • Nuclear (NEI)
  • Oil and Gas (ONG-ISAC)
  • Public Transit (PT-ISAC)
  • Real Estate (RE-ISAC)
  • Research & Education Network (REN-ISAC)
  • Retail & Hospitality ISAC (RH-ISAC) Formerly R-CISC
  • Space ISAC (S-ISAC)
  • Supply Chain (SC-ISAC)
  • Surface Transportation (ST-ISAC)
  • Water ISAC (Water-ISAC)

References[edit]

  1. ^ (au), David A. Powner (15 May 2017). "Critical Infrastructure Protection: Department of Homeland Security Faces Challenges in Fulfilling Cybersecurity Responsibilities". DIANE Publishing. p. 51.
  2. ^ "FACT SHEET: Executive Order Promoting Private Sector Cybersecurity Information Sharing". whitehouse.gov. 12 February 2015 – via National Archives.
  3. ^ "Mining and Metals ISAC". www.mmisac.org. Retrieved 2018-03-21.
  4. ^ "Home". EE-ISAC - European Energy - Information Sharing & Analysis Centre.
  5. ^ "Elections Infrastructure ISAC is now a member of the National Council of ISACs". CIS.