FS-ISAC

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FS-ISACFinancial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center
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FS-ISAC is a 7,000 member-owned, nonprofit organization that focuses on analysis and information sharing to protect the global financial infrastructure against physical and cyber threats.
WhiteHat Security has joined the FS-ISAC affiliate program, the company said.
The FS-ISAC and FBI specifically indicated that they were appropriately engaged by organizations and were active participants in information sharing during the exercise.
Launched in 1999, FS-ISAC was established by the financial services sector in response to 1998's Presidential Directive 63.
The Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center, which is widely known as FS-ISAC, raised the cyber threat level to "high" from "elevated" in an advisory to members, citing "recent credible intelligence regarding the potential" for cyber attacks as its reason for the move.
Through the private sector Partnership for Critical Infrastructure Security, FS-ISAC meets quarterly with sector coordinators for each of the critical national infrastructure sectors.
Getting the Most Out of Your FS-ISAC Membership, October 31, 2016, 1 p.
FS-ISAC is the global financial industry's go to resource for cyber and physical threat intelligence analysis and sharing.
And Thornton said there is already "a pretty good system for sharing threat data between the Department of Homeland Security and the financial services community today through a programme run by FS-ISAC (Financial Services Information Sharing Analysis Centre).
Other featured speakers include Peter Glyman, Geezeo; Paul Carrubba, Adams and Reese; and Bill Nelson, FS-ISAC, recently named a "Top 10 Influencer" in financial information security by Bank Info Security.
Soltra, a partnership between FS-ISAC and The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC), has announced that it will launch the Soltra Network, a new network offering that aims to connect cyber threat intelligence sharing across intelligence producers, intelligence consumers, communities and cyber security tools.