Through our programs and memberships in the Information Technology and Communications coordinating councils, ISA has facilitated interaction and global policy development with such organizations as the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), ICANN, the European Union, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), and the Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation Telecommunications and Information Working Group (APEC TEL).
ISA continues to cultivate these and similar relationships. In June 2012, ISA briefed a high-level NATO policy delegation on the effects of increased regulation in cybersecurity and offered a comparative analysis of the European programs as compared to the more effective Asian programs. While touring Europe on the State Department-sponsored NATO trip, ISA was also asked to address a wide range of business and educational entities, including the international business community and the European Commission.
ISA KEYNOTES A WORLD INSTITUTE NUCLEAR SECURITY EVENT
The World Institute of Nuclear Security contacted the ISA in late 2011 for assistance in developing an incentive-based model for nuclear facility security that is global in scale.
In conjunction with this request, ISA President Clinton, along with former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, was asked to keynote the WINS international nuclear security conference in Vienna, Austria.
ISA maintains an ongoing relationship with WINS, exchanging expertise in the areas of cybersecurity and incentives for that learned from the more mature nuclear security space.