Add to my Schedule Auditorium Oct 04, 2018 14:30 - 15:30

In May 1998 Presidential Decision Directive 63 (PDD-63) encouraged industry to form sector Specific Information Sharing and Analysis Centers to share threat and vulnerability information within each critical infrastructure sector. Since then most critical infrastructure sectors have developed ISACs to facilitate threat sharing within its sector.

In this session, representatives from several ISACs will discuss how they work with their members and each other to build alliances and collaborative forums that help members manage enterprise risk.  This session will detail how information sharing has evolved since their formation, review how the information sharing community has grown over the past twenty years, highlight successes, and examine shortcomings. They will discuss how advances in policy, law and technology have influenced the development of information sharing. They will also  discuss evolving threats key issues related to information sharing challenges moving forward.


Speakers
Automotive ISAC
Executive Director
Charter Communications/Communications ISAC
Senior Director, Government Affairs/Vice Chair Communications ISAC
National Health-ISAC
CIO and Co-Founder
Information Technology ISAC
Executive Director
Moderators
Real Estate ISAC
Managing Director

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