Are privately owned, with no direct or indirect government control.
Have no sanctions as indicated by the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control.
Are primarily located in a country that has cybercrime laws, actively prosecutes cyber criminals, and does not support terrorist activities or corporate espionage against the U.S.
Auto-ISAC is a non-profit 501 (c) 6 organization that adheres to anti-trust laws.
Individuals, vendors, researchers, government, academia, and others working in the connected vehicle ecosystem can engage with the Auto-ISAC through a partnership. The Auto-ISAC provides partnership opportunities that help further its mission to develop a vibrant and robust information sharing community and works with partners to collaborate and share across the industry.
TYPES OF PARTNERSHIP
For-profit companies that sell cybersecurity-related connected vehicle products & services (e.g. Kaspersky, SANS). Strategic Partner
- Paid Partnership
- • $15K annual investment and contractual agreement
- • Commitment to engage in Auto-ISAC activities
Industry associations and others who want to support and invest in the Auto-ISAC activities (e.g. Auto Alliance, NMFTA). Navigator
- Support Partnership
- • Provides guidance and support
- • Annual definition of activity commitments and expected outcomes
Government, academia, research, non-profit organizations with free missions to Auto-ISAC (e.g. NCI, UMTRI, NHTSA). Collaborator
- Coordination Partnership
- • May not require a formal agreement
- • Information exchanges and coordination activities
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.