FS-ISAC

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FS-ISACFinancial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center
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"Agile organizations are constantly adapting their cybersecurity program to deal with the evolving threat landscape," Steven Silberstein, CEO of FS-ISAC, said in prepared remarks.
He will be responsible for the development and implementation of all member-facing systems driving FS-ISAC's digital strategy.
Indeed, following this security mishap, the president and CEO of FS-ISAC noted that, while all his staff members participate in regular security awareness training and testing, there is always a need to fill security education gaps.
FS-ISAC, or the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center, is the global financial industry's go-to resource for cyber and physical threat intelligence analysis and sharing.
(134) The necessity of this phase has begun to leverage collaborative industry utilities, such as the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center ("FS-ISAC"), that share threat information and remediation tactics across the financial sector.
16 including the Treasury Department, Department of Homeland Security, FBI, federal regulators and the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC).
The group, known as the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Centre, or FS-ISAC, includes all major US banks and dozens of smaller ones along with some large European financial institutions.
The program, developed in consultation with the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC), will launch with the establishment of an information-sharing platform for retail information security specialists, and plans call for a retail ISAC to be established in June.
The company added that it is also a member of the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC).
"It's a cash-out scheme, where they've been able to find a vulnerability in the card system," said Nelson, CEO of FS-ISAC, of the current case.
About 2.1 of every 1,000 corporate customers were the target of account takeover attempts in the first half of 2012, compared to 3.4 per 1,000 in 2011, the FS-ISAC said.
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.