CISA’s Incident Reporting Rulemaking: Impacts on Critical Infrastructure

The Communications ISAC (Information Sharing and Analysis Center) is an organization sponsored by CISA (the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency – part of the Department of Homeland Security). One of its basic purposes is to “collect, analyze and disseminate actionable threat information to their members and provide members with tools to mitigate risks and enhance resiliency”. All network service providers are eligible to join (no cost). To get more information on how to join send email to ncc@cisa.dhs.gov with a Subject of “Comm-ISAC Membership”.  You will receive information back from CISA.

The Communications Sector Coordinating Council “works with government partners to protect the nation’s communications critical infrastructure and key resources and to ensure that communications networks and systems are secure, resilient, and rapidly restored after a natural or man-made disaster. The CSCC is industry-organized, industry-run, and industry-governed, and meets regularly to review industry and government actions on critical infrastructure protection priorities and cross sector issues”.  There is no cost to join and the CSCC has resources specifically for SMB members (The Small and Mid-size Business working committee specifically) where all can participate and learn of resources available to all. The link to the CSCC webpage is https://www.comms-scc.org/ .

Webinar Details

In this webinar, presented by Inside Cybersecurity and USTelecom, industry cyber experts discuss CISA’s incident reporting rulemaking and efforts to harmonize reporting across the U.S. government. The panel will also cover other cyber regulations impacting critical infrastructure.

Panelists 

  • Dan Cashman, Director Cyber Governance, Risk & Compliance, Consolidated Communications
  • Paul Eisler, Vice President, Cybersecurity, USTelecom
  • Heather Hogsett, Senior Vice President, Technology and Risk Strategy for BITS, Bank Policy Institute

Moderator

  • Sara Friedman, Managing Editor, Inside Cybersecurity

 

Presented by Inside Cybersecurity and USTelecom

 

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