2 Communities of Interest (COIs)
Standing member groups dedicated to sub-sector and functional interests, e.g. insurance, securities, payments, clearing houses and exchanges, community institutions, insider threat, business security executives, etc.
- CAPS: on-demand, discussion-based exercises with scenarios informed by FS-ISAC threat intelligence, customized for banking, securities, and insurance sub-sectors
- Cyber-range: technical, hands-on-keyboard exercises to improve tactical incident response
- Functional: Act out policies and procedures at firm and sector levels in real time in response to large-scale attack (e.g. FS-ISAC’s Steel Resolve)
- Tabletop: Strategic discussions based on wide-ranging plausible scenarios with fellow FS-ISAC members and other sector partners
- Cross-Sector: FS-ISAC coordinates member participation in exercises such as NATO’s Locked Shields, Tri-Sector, CyberStorm, GridEX and more.
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3 Critical Providers Program
Sector-wide insights from key sector suppliers (e.g. Akamai, Google Cloud) as well as direct, real-time communication channels during an incident
4 Business Resilience Committee
Steers regional resilience efforts, helps organize and develop scenarios for regional exercises, votes on sector’s current operational resilience risk level, contributes to incident response playbook.
5 Media Response Team
Supports consistent and cohesive messaging to the media in times of sector-level incidents and/or crises to preserve confidence in the global financial system.