Existing ISAOs

Established Information Sharing Organizations are the backbones of the Information Sharing Ecosystem. The ISAO SO aims to support and assist these organizations regardless of industry, sector, or experience.

As an established Information Sharing Organization, we invite you to use the resources below.

List Your Organization

This listing collects and displays information about established ISAOs, ISACs, and other information sharing organizations for use by the community. The ISAO SO recommends listing your organization even if you are early in the process of standing up your information sharing group. Listing helps the ISAO SO to connect you with the most applicable tools, events, and support opportunities.

List Your Organization
View Published Guidelines

The ISAO SO has published initial guidelines for use by Information Sharing Organizations. The guidelines are available to be downloaded from isao.org for use by the information sharing community.

While all the documents are applicable and can contribute to the success of an Information Sharing Organization, we highly recommend that established ISAOs begin with ISAO 300-1: Introduction to Information Sharing. This document describes a conceptual framework for information sharing, information sharing concepts, the types of cybersecurity information an organization may want to share, ways an organization can facilitate information sharing, as well as privacy and security concerns to be considered.

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ISAO 300-1: Introduction to Information Sharing

Recommended — This document provides a conceptual framework for information sharing as it relates to ISAOs.

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Visit the Resource Library

The Resource Library is a hub of resource links essential for the development of services and capabilities to improve the cybersecurity posture and information sharing capabilities within a community interest. These resources provide critical support to ISAOs and its members. Topics of interest include cybersecurity, alerts, incident response support, government programs and services, and more.

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Join a Working Group

Joining a working group can be beneficial to your organization as well as the community at large. Nearly 200 experts from industry, academia, government, and the military have come together to create the published and draft ISAO guideline products.

We are currently recruiting new working group members to join any of our six working groups. Completing an application for a working group takes less than three minutes.

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