AUTOMOTIVE INFORMATION SHARING AND ANALYSIS CENTER
An industry-driven community to share and analyze intelligence about emerging cybersecurity risks to the vehicle, and to collectively enhance vehicle cybersecurity capabilities across the global automotive industry, including light- and heavy-duty vehicle OEMs, suppliers and the commercial vehicle sector.
Security at every stage
Automakers, their suppliers and commercial vehicle companies are committed to strong cybersecurity protections in these systems, and are taking many actions, including implementing security feature sin every stage of the vehicle lifecycle. The Auto-ISAC provides an external resource – an industry-wide forum for companies to collaborate to identify threats sooner, and share solutions to enhance vehicle cybersecurity.
In 2014, the Auto Alliance, Global Automakers and fourteen automakers joined forces to form the Auto-ISAC, a community to share and analyze intelligence about emerging cybersecurity risks to the vehicle. The organization was officially established in August 2015, and its intelligence sharing platform went live in January 2016. Since then, the Auto-ISAC has broadened its horizons to include a more comprehensive view of the connected vehicle ecosystem. Today, membership includes light- and heavy-duty vehicle OEMs, suppliers and the commercial vehicle sector (e.g. fleets, carriers).
Auto Alliance, Global Automakers and 14 OEM’s formed Auto-ISAC as a 501(c)6
Launched initial operation capabilities, including intelligence sharing portal
Expanded membership to suppliers
Conducted vehicle cyber incident response tabletop generating Best Practice strategy
Released Best Practice Executive Summary
Expanded membership to heavy-duty vehicle OEM’s & suppliers
Expanded membership to commercial vehicle carriers and fleets
First two Best Practice Guides made available to industry stakeholders via request
Inaugural Auto-ISAC Summit in Dearborn, Michigan
Released publicly two Best Practices Guides
Mark your calendars for the second Auto-ISAC Summit
Intelligence Sharing and Analysis
- Threat feeds
- Best practices
- Data feeds
- Intel reports
- Trend analysis &
- Wiki pages
Efficiently identify threats
Supplement internal intelligence with
Validate risk analysis
Reliable industry-level findings
and best practices
Detect vulnerabilities faster
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A diversity of information sources is what drives value of our intel sharing and analysis capabilities
American Trucking Associations
Ernst and Young LLP
Red Baloon Security
Auto-ISAC has global representation from Members headquartered across North America, Europe, and Asia. Our Members represent 99% of all light-duty vehicles on the road in North America and span seven countries on three continents. As a member of the National Council of ISACs, Auto-ISAC also coordinates with 23 other ISACs covering critical infrastructure areas like healthcare and aviation, telecommunications and financial services
Have Something to Share?
Although Auto-ISAC is not a coordinated disclosure or bounty-based organization, anyone can submit information to Auto-ISAC. Automotive cybersecurity researchers, academia and enthusiasts welcome. Tell us a little about yourself and submission topic, and your discovery could end up as part of an Auto-ISAC Intelligence Report.