CISP

Cyber Security Information Sharing Partnership (CISP)

Why should you become a member of CiSP? 

  • engagement with industry and government counterparts in a secure environment 
  • early warning of cyber threats 
  • ability to learn from experiences, mistakes, successes of other users and seek advice 
  • an improved ability to protect their company network 
  • access to free network monitoring reports tailored to your organisations’ requirements. 

What products does CiSP produce?

  • Alerts and Advisories, including from national and international partners
  • Best practice and guidance documents on common themes
  • Quarterly Reports on threat trends
  • Malware and phishing email analysis
  • Incident Reporting.

To become a registered CiSP member you must be:

  • a UK registered company or other legal entity which is responsible for the administration of an electronic communications network in the UK
  • sponsored by either

If your organisation is new to the CiSP and you are looking for a sponsor please contact the Cyber Resilience Unit at the Scottish Government at [email protected]

If you want further details or have a specific query about CiSP then please email [email protected].

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