A REN-ISAC membership has its privileges. As part of REN-ISAC, you and your organization are part of community of trust. Here you can learn, share, and grow with cybersecurity experts at higher-education institutions world-wide. REN-ISAC offers a large selection of members-only services, including official publications, security alert systems, and learning and career development opportunities. Check out the services below to see if membership is right for your organization.
Already part of a member institution? Browse our full list of member resources below and get the most out of your REN-ISAC membership.
Ranked one of REN-ISAC’s top services, the Daily Watch Report is a daily periodical for members only that includes the latest vulnerabilities, attacks, events, and detailed reports from the world of cybersecurity. Start your day with a cup of coffee and the Daily Watch Report.
Help shape REN-ISAC services and opportunities with the Member Orientation and Engagement (MOE) group. Whether you have been a member for 10 days or 10 years, MOE welcomes your feedback and suggestions.
Using infrastructure from Farsight Security Inc., REN-ISAC’s Passive DNS (pDNS) system builds a searchable database of anonymized DNS request and response data from contributing higher education organizations. As a member, your organization can access the global data, improving your security protection and incident response capabilities.
Regional Member Meetings give our you the opportunity and attend presentations by subject matter experts, participate in break sessions, and can develop and maintain close relationships with other people in your local REN-ISAC community.
Host or find a Regional Member Meeting in your area by visiting our Members Wiki.
Attend our annual REN-ISAC Member Meeting and network with cybersecurity experts from around the globe. In 2020, RIMM will be a series of virtual sessions taking place from June 9 to 25.
The REN-ISAC Security Event System (SES) aids timely cyber protection by aggregating, correlating, and analyzing a threat intelligence repository and sharing that information with our members. SES is backed by an open source application of Collective Intelligence Framework (CIF).