Before joining REN-ISAC, we recommend that you read through the following documents.
Information Sharing Practices
REN-ISAC is a private community for sharing sensitive information regarding cyber security protection and response. Information shared within the REN-ISAC community relates to IT security measures, and is privileged and confidential. In other words, information shared by REN-ISAC, and between REN-ISAC members, cannot be freely shared with non-members. We all communicate with certain expectations of privacy and appropriate use.
Trusted, private communication among REN-ISAC members is the glue that binds our community. All REN-ISAC communications abide by the CISA version of Traffic Light Protocol, which is described at this link: https://www.cisa.gov/tlp
All information shared within REN-ISAC is considered TLP:AMBER unless otherwise explicitly stated, or if the information is shared in a channel that has a specific sensitivity classification. Learning how, and whether, to share information gleaned from REN-ISAC sources is the most important first step once becoming a member. More information is distributed to members once activated.