The convergence of nation-state actors and cyber criminals is leading to more well-funded and sophisticated cross-border attacks. The financial system is a prime target.
Third-party risks remain heightened in a global financial industry with many commonly shared suppliers. Third-party vendors and suppliers performing critical services for financial services firms will continue to be lucrative targets for threat actors.
Meanwhile, the pandemic has exponentially accelerated digital transformation, making financial services both more interconnected and more competitive.
FS-ISAC is the industry's trusted hub for cross-border cyber intelligence sharing, enabling firms to pool resources, expertise, and capabilities to better manage cyber risks and incident response.
Unlike vendor threat feeds, FS-ISAC’s intelligence is from other member financial firms, analyzed and enriched by our Global Intelligence Office.
No one firm can stay ahead of all cyber threats. And yet a threat to one firm is a threat to the broader financial system.
Annual dues are determined based on your firm's exposure, informed by criteria such as assets, revenue, assets under management, and clearing customers.
Financial firms of the following types are eligible for membership:
If you are a cybersecurity provider, learn more about supporting our mission through the Affiliate Program.
In the US, small community-based financial institutions with less than $1 billion in assets may elect to register as a Critical Notification Only Participant (CNOP).