National Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center

The NH-ISAC, the official healthcare information sharing and analysis center, offers non-profit and for-profit healthcare stakeholders, such as: independent hospitals, IDN “providers”, health insurance “payers”, pharmaceutical/biotech manufacturers, laboratory, diagnostic, medical device manufacturers, medical school and medical R&D organizations , a community and forum for sharing cyber and physical threat indicators, best practices and mitigation strategies. NH-ISAC is a non-profit corporation funded and owned by its members. Membership is open to any healthcare stakeholder seeking protection of valuable PHI (personal health information) and compliance with Federal HIPAA regulations and standards, driving the assurance of patient health and life safety and fostering continuity of operations. Joining the NH-ISAC is one of the best ways health and public health services firms can do their part to protect the industry and its vital role in critical infrastructure.

Membership Services

NH-ISAC provides a wide range of services and membership benefits to enable trusted and timely healthcare and public health critical infrastructure protection capabilities.
As the health sector’s operational and tactical coordination and communications channel, NH-ISAC is entrusted with National Healthcare and Public Health cybersecurity prevention, protection, mitigation, response and recovery supported by situational awareness intelligence, information sharing, sector and cross-sector impact analysis, incident response, leading practice and workforce education.

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Why Join Us?

Sieze the opportunity to have a ‘defining voice’ and join your peers within the nation’s health sector, across other national critical infrastructures and with government to lead and benefit from proactive cybersecurity prevention, protection, mitigation, response and recovery nationwide strategies.  
Benefit from the National Healthcare & Public Health Security Intelligence Infrastructure – Increase 24/7 trusted and timely sector and cross-sector situational awareness ‘actionable’ security intelligence and information sharing opportunities among nationwide collaborative partners.
(The Nation’s health sector; across other National critical infrastructures via the National Council of ISACs (NCI Directorate); NH-ISAC’s Global Situational Awareness Center, Global Institute for Cybersecurity + Research, NASA/Kennedy Space Center;  private sector security and technology partners; and government (US Dept. Health and Human Services (HHS), intelligence agencies (US Dept. Homeland Security, NSA, FBI), and State/Local/Tribal/Territorial Governments.
Delivered via:  Advisories and Alerts, Notifications, Intelligence Reports, the National Health ‘Cyber Kill Chain’ Threat Information Sharing (TIS) Portal provided by Lockheed-Martin, Automated Threat Intelligence Data Feeds, Threat Conference Calls, and NH-ISAC’s Threat Intelligence Emergency Communications System, provided by Collabria ReadyOp.
Benefit from proven security leading practices via NH-ISAC Leading Practice Committees to focus on opportunities to network among each other in-person (Executive Roundtables, Conferences, Regional Meetings) and virtually (webinars, video conferences, conference calls)  on a regularly scheduled basis for the purposes of exchanging both “textbook” and “real-world” knowledge and expertise.  Working together nationwide to define new and benefit from existing  leading practices , the health sector serves as a ‘force-multiplier’, enhancing the overall security posture and resilience of the nation’s healthcare and public health critical infrastructure.
Benefit from NH-ISAC’s ‘select’ security and technology partners, leveraging their expertise and discounted services to NH-ISAC Members.
National Healthcare & Public Health Cybersecurity Response System (HPH-CRS) – Nationwide all-hazards cybersecurity incident response system (cybersecurity response protocols, countermeasure solutions, technical support/mutual aid) coordinated within the nation’s health sector, across other critical infrastructures and aligned to state, local, tribal and territorial emergency operations and federal emergency support functions.  Supported by a nationwide communications infrastructure including Collabria’s ReadyOp emergency communications infrastructure and collaboration with Public Broadcasting Services (PBS).
Health sector critical infrastructure owners and operators and organizations supporting the health sector are designating individuals to serve as National Healthcare and Public Health Cybersecurity First Responders.  Responders are annually trained and certified how to respond to an incident (physical or cyber)  within their own organization, within the health sector, across other national critical infrastructures and with government.
Health sector critical infrastructure owners and operators and organizations supporting the health sector are designating individuals to serve as National Healthcare and Public Health Cybersecurity First Responders.  Responders are annually trained and certified how to respond to an incident (physical or cyber)  within their own organization, within the health sector, across other national critical infrastructures and with government.

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