The emergence of knowledge sharing as a key defensive measure raises a common question: “Who should I listen to?” The answer lies in the ability for knowledge centers to share among themselves, providing asset owners the ability to choose a small number of knowledge sources while still receiving all applicable information.
Join the ICS ISAC for a discussion about the conversation among knowledge centers. ICS ISAC Chair Chris Blask will moderate a panel of key national and global knowledge sharing centers – including Johan Rambi (ENISA) & Maarten Van Horenbeeck (FIRST).
Wednesday April 23rd 1:00-2:00 pm EDT
Register here to attend this event.
The Situational Awareness Reference Architecture (SARA) is an ongoing project to compile and publish an applied guide to the processes, practices, standards and technologies which facilities and others can use to establish situational awareness.
To achieve the goal of a stable shared infrastructure we must begin with establishing awareness at facilities. Where facilities have awareness they are able to apply knowledge shared with them, and they are able to derive knowledge that can be shared with others. From such a foundation of awareness at facilities can arise a shared awareness at the level of municipalities, regions, nations and among the international community.
The ICS-ISAC is a non-profit Knowledge Sharing Center established to help facilities develop situational awareness in support of local, national and international security. At the ICS-ISAC facility operators, integrators, vendors, researchers and the communities they support work together to share the means and methods necessary to maintain safe and stable societies.
Learn more about ICS-ISAC here…