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Thank you Mr. James Murphy of DHS for providing our December 6, 2018 CyberUSA Online Briefing:

DHS Information Sharing Overview: AIS, CISCP, & ECS

View the recorded version of this presentation here:  CyberUSA - DHS Information Sharing Briefing 06DEC2018 - start at 4:55

This presentation (please fast forward to 4:55 in the recording) provides an overview of information sharing tools and programs offered by the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC). Specifically, the briefing outlines how the private sector can plug in and collaborate through the 3 main mechanisms for information exchange: Automated Indicator Sharing (AIS), Cyber Information Sharing and Collaboration Program (CISCP), and Enhanced Cybersecurity Services (ECS).  The presentation includes a high-level look at how DHS processes automated indicators and addresses the different methodologies between the multiple programs. The ultimate goal of this presentation is for your organization to have a better idea of what services are offered through DHS and how you can best leverage information sharing for proactive security.

Speaker:  James Murphy, Industry Lead, National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) Cyber Division, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), US Department of Homeland Security
Mr. Murphy serves as the Industry Engagement Lead for the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC). He supports the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) mission of strengthening the security and resilience of the nation's critical infrastructure.  In this role, James works with private sector entities across critical infrastructure sectors to both establish and utilize bidirectional threat sharing capabilities with DHS.  Before entering his current position, James served as the Private Sector Lead for the Automated Indicator Sharing (AIS) initiative within DHS.

Please join us for the CyberUSA Conference 2019

January 24, 2019 | University of Maryland Riggs Alumni Center | College Park, MD


WELCOME!  CyberUSA welcomes CalCISO (California) and FloridaCyber / Southeast Cyber providing leadership for CyberSoutheast - this group is also the CAE Regional Resource Center for the Southeast US, which includes FL, AL, GA, MS, SC and PR.  These groups join the Midwest Cyber Center,  Made Safe in Wyoming and the Technology Association of Louisville, as the newest CyberUSA state affiliates in 2018.   Visit the links below to to find out more about each of these leading organizations.



FloridaCyber / Southeast Cyber

Midwest Cyber Center - CyberMidwest

Made Safe In Wyoming - CyberWyoming

Technology Association of Louisville - CyberKentucky

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CyberUSA is a collaboration of states focused on a common mission purpose of enabling innovation, education, workforce development, enhanced cyber readiness and resilience - all while connecting the cyber ecosystem of the United States and its Allies. This non-profit “community of communities” is governed by its members, established to enhance information sharing between states and improve cyber resilience at all levels of participation - local, regional and national. CyberUSA provides a communication framework, a national summit and cyber related resources to communities across the United States.

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