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FS-ISAC | Intelligence

Sharing Critical Cyber Intelligence Among Members

Intelligence Sourced for the Sector, by the Sector

Curated and enriched by our Global Intelligence Office, our cyber threat intelligence is sourced directly from our member financial firms across regional and industry segments. Members access a wide array of tactical, operational, and strategic intelligence and analysis covering everything from active incidents to long-term trends.

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Threat Intelligence Reports

Threat intelligence analysis products for all levels in the company, tactical to strategic

The CAPS exercise challenges incident response teams to overcome a simulated attack against financial institution systems and processes. Participants practice mobilizing quickly, working under pressure and recognizing critical intelligence to defend against an attack.

Developed as a real-world scenario, outcomes include:

  • Stronger team relationships and increased cross-functional knowledge;
  • Clearer internal understanding of system vulnerabilities;
  • Improvements in response plans.
  • Gain maximum benefit with minimal resources:
  • Participate from your premises or remotely via computer sharing using virtual, confidential exercise materials;
  • Teams spend a few hours working the incident each day;
  • Receive unattributed peer data to compare your response to other organizations.

CAPS is available to all regulated depository financial institutions for $175 per institution. Please review Frequently Asked Questions for more information or contact us at CAPS@fsisac.com. FS-ISAC reserves the right to decline participation.

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Crisis and Incident Support

Real-time support for impacted parties and sector-level mitigation guidance

The CAPS exercise challenges incident response teams to overcome a simulated attack against financial institution systems and processes. Participants practice mobilizing quickly, working under pressure and recognizing critical intelligence to defend against an attack.

Developed as a real-world scenario, outcomes include:

  • Stronger team relationships and increased cross-functional knowledge;
  • Clearer internal understanding of system vulnerabilities;
  • Improvements in response plans.
  • Gain maximum benefit with minimal resources:
  • Participate from your premises or remotely via computer sharing using virtual, confidential exercise materials;
  • Teams spend a few hours working the incident each day;
  • Receive unattributed peer data to compare your response to other organizations.

CAPS is available to all regulated depository financial institutions for $175 per institution. Please review Frequently Asked Questions for more information or contact us at CAPS@fsisac.com. FS-ISAC reserves the right to decline participation.

3

Security Alerting

Actionable indicators of compromise and tactics, techniques, and procedures delivered in alerts and automated feeds

The CAPS exercise challenges incident response teams to overcome a simulated attack against financial institution systems and processes. Participants practice mobilizing quickly, working under pressure and recognizing critical intelligence to defend against an attack.

Developed as a real-world scenario, outcomes include:

  • Stronger team relationships and increased cross-functional knowledge;
  • Clearer internal understanding of system vulnerabilities;
  • Improvements in response plans.
  • Gain maximum benefit with minimal resources:
  • Participate from your premises or remotely via computer sharing using virtual, confidential exercise materials;
  • Teams spend a few hours working the incident each day;
  • Receive unattributed peer data to compare your response to other organizations.

CAPS is available to all regulated depository financial institutions for $175 per institution. Please review Frequently Asked Questions for more information or contact us at CAPS@fsisac.com. FS-ISAC reserves the right to decline participation.

4

Threat and Spotlight Calls

Membership-only calls with expert analysis and guidance to respond to current threats

The CAPS exercise challenges incident response teams to overcome a simulated attack against financial institution systems and processes. Participants practice mobilizing quickly, working under pressure and recognizing critical intelligence to defend against an attack.

Developed as a real-world scenario, outcomes include:

  • Stronger team relationships and increased cross-functional knowledge;
  • Clearer internal understanding of system vulnerabilities;
  • Improvements in response plans.
  • Gain maximum benefit with minimal resources:
  • Participate from your premises or remotely via computer sharing using virtual, confidential exercise materials;
  • Teams spend a few hours working the incident each day;
  • Receive unattributed peer data to compare your response to other organizations.

CAPS is available to all regulated depository financial institutions for $175 per institution. Please review Frequently Asked Questions for more information or contact us at CAPS@fsisac.com. FS-ISAC reserves the right to decline participation.

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Cyber Threat Levels

Regional assessments of the threat landscape set by member committees

The CAPS exercise challenges incident response teams to overcome a simulated attack against financial institution systems and processes. Participants practice mobilizing quickly, working under pressure and recognizing critical intelligence to defend against an attack.

Developed as a real-world scenario, outcomes include:

  • Stronger team relationships and increased cross-functional knowledge;
  • Clearer internal understanding of system vulnerabilities;
  • Improvements in response plans.
  • Gain maximum benefit with minimal resources:
  • Participate from your premises or remotely via computer sharing using virtual, confidential exercise materials;
  • Teams spend a few hours working the incident each day;
  • Receive unattributed peer data to compare your response to other organizations.

CAPS is available to all regulated depository financial institutions for $175 per institution. Please review Frequently Asked Questions for more information or contact us at CAPS@fsisac.com. FS-ISAC reserves the right to decline participation.

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Peer-to-Peer and PPP Sharing

Sharing intelligence among the financial services community and from/to other stakeholders

The CAPS exercise challenges incident response teams to overcome a simulated attack against financial institution systems and processes. Participants practice mobilizing quickly, working under pressure and recognizing critical intelligence to defend against an attack.

Developed as a real-world scenario, outcomes include:

  • Stronger team relationships and increased cross-functional knowledge;
  • Clearer internal understanding of system vulnerabilities;
  • Improvements in response plans.
  • Gain maximum benefit with minimal resources:
  • Participate from your premises or remotely via computer sharing using virtual, confidential exercise materials;
  • Teams spend a few hours working the incident each day;
  • Receive unattributed peer data to compare your response to other organizations.

CAPS is available to all regulated depository financial institutions for $175 per institution. Please review Frequently Asked Questions for more information or contact us at CAPS@fsisac.com. FS-ISAC reserves the right to decline participation.

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UK T5 Retail Bank

 The value it's added to our reporting has been tremendous...it really emphasises why we place so much value on our membership.” 

US Tier 8 Bank

 It’s nice to see that I’m not on an island and face the same challenges as others. Also, the sharing of ideas is fantastic. I’ve found my people!” 

US Tier 4 Firm

 Although we are based in the US, a lot of times information that has come through via APAC, or EMEA feeds is just as relevant and has allowed us to be ahead of the pack in regards to threats.”

UK T5 Retail Bank

 The value it's added to our reporting has been tremendous...it really emphasises why we place so much value on our membership.”

US Tier 1 Firm

 Those were excellent reports on stealer malware with great details."

Australia Tier 2 Bank

 The regular updates from FS-ISAC’s analysts on the status of the incident were valuable and we often had more reliable information coming from these updates than we did from the victim of the incident.”

UK T4 Retail Bank

 It's been super useful being able to keep an eye on the (specific threat actor) channel - the channel's been a great source of resources and good informed opinions about the level of threat.”

APAC Threat Intel Committee member

 We really liked the (specific incident) channel because it operated 24/7 with the latest updates as they came through, so we could use that to brief our Exec around the clock."

APAC Central Bank

 Our new insider threat program is largely based on the framework developed by FS-ISAC."

EMEA based Tier 3

 I would like to take the opportunity to say how valuable FS-ISAC have been to me in my position as a cyber threat intel analyst. Thanks for providing a forum that allows for sharing of information that is highly relevant for the financial sector!”

EMEA Tier 4 Bank

 We like the shared IOCs and phishing trends amongst industries as a heads up for what to possibly expect near term.”

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