All 50 states and hundreds of U.S. territories, tribal nations, and local governments are represented in MS-ISAC membership.
The MS-ISAC State Principal members are generally Chief Cyber Security Officers (or equivalents) from their states. In recognition of the interrelationship between cyber and physical security, the MS-ISAC also includes representatives from state Homeland Security offices, as well as law enforcement and others in the physical security field.
The MS-ISAC has a number of local government participants and is working to enhance our partnership, communication, and outreach between and within state and local governments.
The MS-ISAC is developing a plan, in concert with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, for outreach to tribal nations to further expand our situational awareness and provide cybersecurity education, awareness, and services to tribal entities.
The MS-ISAC is engaging our U.S. territories and currently has participation from American Samoa, Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and the District of Columbia.