The Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center is the only global cyber intelligence sharing community solely focused on financial services. The organization leverages its intelligence platform, resiliency resources, and a trusted peer-to-peer network of experts to anticipate, mitigate, and respond to cyber threats.
Our members represent100 trillion
Our Intelligence Exchange has22,000
Members are based in75
FS-ISAC shares among its members and trusted sources critical cyber intelligence, and builds awareness through a robust offering of alerts, indicators, member insights, threat assessments, and analysis.
Solidify your firm's resilience through our member-only exercises, training, and playbooks.
With an ever increasing reliance on technology to support customer services, the need for robust and resilient cyber security training continues to represent a cornerstone of sound cyber security practice. Driven by member-curated content, FS-ISAC continues to enhance sectoral efforts to meet the ever-present threat posed by cyber criminals.”
FS-ISAC helps Mastercard keep payments and our network safe and secure. In addition to providing world-class cyber intelligence and services, we gain access to a rich set of working groups along with the opportunity to collaborate with others in the cyber community.”
Against the backdrop of increasingly complex and sophisticated cyber-attacks, it is even more important for countries to stay engaged, foster stronger relationships and exchange information and expertise freely. The Centre’s operations and the regional intelligence reports it produces will help Asia Pacific countries to deal better with cross-border cybercrimes.”
Whilst information sharing has been a common practice within our community, doing it across borders, geographies, and industry verticals is critical."
Meaningful threat intelligence gives our security team at IAG an advantage over the attackers and reduces cyber risk. By sharing the criminal’s tactics, members throughout the region knew when they were likely to get hit and were therefore able to defend against attacks."