Cyber Security Information Sharing Partnership

Cyber Security Information Sharing Partnership (CISP), announced in March 2013[1], is a joint venture between industry and government, funded through the National Cyber Security Programme, to share information security threat and vulnerability information.

A group of 12-15 analysts (from MI5, GCHQ, National Crime Agency[2], and the private sector)[3] work at a "fusion cell" at an undisclosed location in London.[4][5]

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References

  1. Government launches information sharing partnership on cyber security, GOV.UK, 2013-03-27
  2. Government and regulators meet to combat cyber threats to essential services, GOV.UK, 2014-02-05
  3. Anti-cyber threat centre launched, BBC News, 2013-03-27
  4. British spooks chum up with IT-related biz to battle cyber threats, Register, 2013-03-27
  5. MI5 and industry join forces to fight cybercrime, Guardian, 2013-03-27