H-ISAC Frequently Asked Questions
What does H-ISAC mean?
What is an ISAC?
What does H-ISAC do?
What is H-ISAC's Mission?
What information is contained in an Alert?
Who belongs to H-ISAC?
• Pharmaceutical Organizations, Pharmacies
• BioTech Companies
• Public Health Departments
• Laboratories, Blood Banks
• Health Insurers
• Medical Device Manufacturers
• Health Technology and Security Companies Supporting the Health Sector
• Ambulatory and EMR organizations
• Home Health Care Agencies
How long has H-ISAC operated?
How is H-ISAC recognized?
Why is belonging to H-ISAC so important?
As each member organization shares Cyber Threat Intel across the sector, the virtual landing space for malicious attackers is reduced.
How much does it cost to join?
H-ISAC’s General Membership Models, defined by the leading representatives of the nation’s health sector, is based on an organization’s business structure and annual revenues. All members receive the same services. Click here to view the varying levels of membership available.
Why is there a fee for being a member?
H-ISAC offers a variety of value-added cybersecurity intelligence situational awareness, information sharing, analysis and response tools which are resource intensive and cost prohibitive for many. Members receive access to many resources not readily available.
How does my organization become a member?
Click here to learn about membership in H-ISAC.