The Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) is the only global cyber intelligence sharing community solely focused on financial services. Serving financial institutions and in turn their customers, the organization leverages its intelligence platform, resiliency resources and a trusted peer-to-peer network to anticipate, mitigate, and respond to cyber threats.

Headquartered in the US, the organization has offices in the UK and Singapore, and member financial institutions in more than 70 countries.

FS-ISAC maintains member confidentiality and privacy through our trust model, known as the Traffic Light Protocol

Our Board of Directors is composed of cybersecurity executives at top financial institutions worldwide.

Why Join FS-ISAC

Access Critical Intelligence

Manage risk and stay ahead of relevant threats.

Be Prepared for a Crisis

Receive early warnings and strategies to address an event.

Build Relationships

Meet your peers and other public and private sector experts.

Our Members

As the only global intelligence sharing community solely focused on financial services, FS-ISAC members represent over $35 trillion in assets under management, with 16,000 active users in more than 70 countries. We encourage financial firms to apply for membership, including:

  • Banks & Credit Unions
  • Core Back Office Suppliers
  • Critical Utilities
  • Exchanges
  • Fintechs
  • Insurance Firms
  • Investment & Securities Firms
  • MSSP
  • Payments
  • Trade Associations

Our History

FS-ISAC was created in response to the US Presidential Decision Directive 63, which was issued in 1998 and updated in 2003 by Homeland Security Presidential Decision Directive 7.

The community was founded with a mission: to help ensure the resilience and continuity of the global financial services infrastructure and individual firms against acts that could significantly impact the sector's ability to provide services critical to the orderly function of the global economy. 

In 2017, FS-ISAC expanded its geographical footprint by setting up regional hubs in London and Singapore.