IACI Video Briefing (60 Seconds)
Security Resilience - A Public & Private Sector Responsibility
GLOBAL SECURITY RESILIENCE
Security Resilience is the Ability to Respond to Risk with the Capacity and Capability to
Prepare for and Adapt to Changing Conditions, and to Withstand and Recover from
Physical, Cyber, Cyber-Physical Systems and Cognitive (Disinformation, Misinformation, Malign Influence)
Deliberate Attacks, Accidents or Naturally Occurring Threats or Incidents.
The Majority of Critical Infrastructure (85%+) is Owned and Operated by the Private Sector.
Ensuring Critical Infrastructure Security Resilience is a Shared Responsibility Requiring a Public and Private-Sector Unity-of-Effort,
as Neither Government nor the Private-Sector Have the Collective Knowledge, Authority and Resources to Do It Alone.
Security Resilience Protection Protection Strategies, Led by the Private Sector in Coordination and Collaboration with Government
Enables a Sustainable Trusted Foundation for
Security Information Sharing, Incident Response, and Operationalizing Best Practice Supported by Education.
SECURITY RESILIENCE PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR UNITY-OF-EFFORT
Operationalized by The International Association of Certified ISAOs (IACI)
Private-Sector Led in Cooperation, Collaboration and Coordination with Government
The International Association of Certified ISAOs (IACI)
IACI is the trusted International Information Sharing Association, the 'Center-of-Gravity'
for the global community to advance security resilience within and across
public and private critical infrastructure and other communities-of-interest by accelerating threat intelligence and defensive measures information sharing,
response coordination, and adoption of best practice supported by education . . .
breaking down long-standing barriers and silos.
IACI - Global Security Resilience Ecosystem
ALL-HAZARDS SECURITY SITUATIONAL AWARENESS & DEFENSIVE MEASURES 'ACTIONABLE INTELLIGENCE'
In today's active global security ecosystem, current 'continuous monitoring' practices represent only one aspect of understanding the multiple layers that must be identified as potential risks to an organization.
The best 'PROACTIVE' defense is the identification of and access to real-time all-hazards security situational awareness, analysis and information sharing of "ACTIONABLE' intelligence, defensive measures and coordinated response within and across critical infrastructure sectors, sub-sectors, communities, government, public safety, emergency response and law enforcement. Informed defenders are then empowered to protect multiple critical functions.
To enable global security 'PROACTIVE' defense, IACI operationalized sustainable access to the benefits provided by the:
IACI Global Security Resilience Ecosystem - A Public & Private Sector Nexus
Led by the Private-Sector working in coordination and collaboration with Government.
PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR COLLECTIVE DEFENSE TO SUSTAIN SECURITY, SAFETY & RESILIENCE
'TRUE' Common Operational Picture (COP)
(Physical, Cyber, Cyber/Physical & Cognitive Security)
IACI Collaborative Partners Include:
Critical Infrastructure Sectors, Sub-Sectors, NGOs, Associations, Academia, Other Communities-of-Interest
Informational Sharing Analysis Organizations (ISAOs, ISACs)
State / Local / Tribal / Territorial, International Government Agencies
The US Dept. of Homeland Security, Additional Federal Agencies
Law Enforcement - FBI, Federal, Sate, Local, Nationwide Fusion Centers, International
The National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C)
Public Safety & Emergency Response Operations
Security and Technology Trusted Strategic Partners
|IACI International Headquarters - Center for Space Education, NASA/Kennedy Space Center, Florida|
Executive Offices, IACI-CERT / Global Situational Awareness Center, Conference Facilities
IACI National Office - K Street, Washington, DC
IACI, a non-profit organization founded in 2016, headquartered at NASA/Kennedy Space Center,
is an authorized Information Sharing & Analysis Organization by the 2015 U.S. Presidential Executive Order 13691
"Promoting Private Security Cybersecurity Information Sharing' and the Cybersecurity Security Information Sharing Act
to provide the private sector with information sharing privacy, liability, civil liberties, antitrust and other protections.
IACI and the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) executed a formal 'Cybersecurity Information Sharing & Collaboration Agreement (CISCA)