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The mission of the MS-ISAC is to improve the overall cybersecurity posture of the nation's state, local, tribal and territorial governments through focused cyber threat prevention, protection, response, and recovery.

Services Included with Membership

  • 24/7 Security Operation Center
  • Incident Response Services
  • Cybersecurity Advisories and Notifications
  • Access to Secure Portals for Communication and Document Sharing
  • Cyber Alert Map
  • Malicious Code Analysis Platform (MCAP)
  • Weekly Top Malicious Domains/IP Report
  • Monthly Members-only Webcasts
  • Access to Cybersecurity Table-top Exercises
  • Vulnerability Management Program (VMP)
  • Nationwide Cyber Security Review (NCSR)
  • Awareness and Education Materials

Daily tip


Keep Sensitive Data Secure

With major data breaches being reported all too frequently, organizations are now placing increased emphasis on the security of personal, private, and sensitive information. Encryption is especially important if you are trying to send sensitive information that other people should not be able to access. Because email messages are sent over the Internet and might be intercepted by an attacker, it is important to add an additional layer of security to sensitive information.

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Training Opportunities


FED-VTE
Over 900 hours of free cybersecurity training for any government employee or veteran.
SANS Courses
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Our Partners

  • U.S. Department of Homeland Security
  • Stop Think Connect
  • NASCIO
  • Global Cyber Alliance
  • NFCA
  • NGA
  • National Council of ISACs