Surface Transportation ISAC (ST-ISAC)

ISAC LogoHomeland Security Presidential Directive 7 (HSPD-7) calls for the creation of private sector Information Sharing and Analysis Centers to protect United States critical infrastructures from attack, ninety-five percent of which are privately-owned. At the request of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), the Surface Transportation Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ST-ISAC) was formed.

Sponsored by the AAR and operated by IIT, the services provided by the ST-ISAC create a robust cyber and physical security capability for owners, operators, and users of critical infrastructure. The ST-ISAC collects, analyzes and distributes critical security and threat information from worldwide resources to protect its members’ vital information and information technology systems from attack. ST-ISAC services are specifically tailored to meet the security demands of each one of its members.

The ST-ISAC is a secure reporting and analytical capability that, in addition to transmitting critical alerts, advisories and solutions, also provides a vehicle for the anonymous or attributable sharing of incident, threat, and vulnerability data among the members.

ST-ISAC members also have access to information and analytical reporting provided by other sources, such as U.S. and foreign governments; law enforcement agencies, technology providers and international computer emergency response teams (CERTs).

Primary POC:

Paul Wolfe, ST/PT/OTRB ISACs Director
703-478-7656

Alternate POC:

Gary Williams, ISACs Deputy Director
703-478- 7634

 

For more information please visit: www.surfacetransportationisac.org

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