The primary function of Information Sharing and Analysis Centers, or ISACs, as stated in their charters, is to reduce risk in member organizations through improvements to prevention, detection, and response. To do this effectively, they must serve as a trusted broker in the sharing of specific information on relevant threats. This definition is important because of their relationship with two critical factors: the quality of shared information and the active participation of members of the core groups. As a trusted broker, the ISAC is the steward of both quality and quantity.
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