Benefits


Threat Intel
This is a director-level, member led group, organized to identify the operational best practices and strategic aspects of a successful threat intel program.  The network will also provide the opportunity to discuss threat trends.  Network meetings provide a forum for collaboration and the opportunity to meet new peers, new trusted partners whom participants can rely on to check findings or ask for help, all under the ACSC’s Participation Agreement and NDA.

CISO, Legal Counsel and Communications Leaders Networks
These working sessions are designed to bring together cross-organizational peers by role to strengthen connections in the region and identify best practices for securing organizations through a role specific lens.

Research
The ACSC works with partners and in some cases, members, to identify, conduct and produce research which supports our mission of advancing collaborative defense in the region.

Table Top Exercises
An annual Table Top exercise conducted with all members to put Collaborative Defense into practice.  Members participate with a full team, including CISOs, Deputies, Information Security teams along with Legal and Communications teams.  These interdisciplinary teams help establish relationships and build collaboration both internally and externally with peers across the ACSC membership, as well as across the public and private sectors. 

Annual Conference
Over 150 senior cybersecurity leaders from ACSC members and the regional cyber community come together to shape the direction of our Collaborative Defense agenda, take actionable information back to their organizations, and gain the continuing value of ACSC’s trusted cross-sector, public-private networks.