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Overview Edit

The Automated Indicator Sharing (AIS) initiative is a capability that the Department of Homeland Security has developed to enable the timely exchange of cyber threat indicators among the federal departments and agencies and the private sector and other non-federal entities. This capability supports federal departments and agencies and the private sector and other non-federal entities in addressing cyber threats to public health and safety, national security, and economic security while ensuring appropriate privacy, civil liberties, and other compliance protections.

The goal of the AIS initiative is to achieve real-time sharing of cyber threat indicators by enabling DHS's National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) to (1) receive indicators from the private sector and other non-federal entities; (2) remove unnecessary personally identifiable information; and (3) disseminate the indicators, as appropriate, to other federal departments and agencies and the private sector and other non-federal entities.

By design, the initiative:

External resources Edit

  • Automated Indicator Sharing Privacy Impact Assessment (full-text).

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