While many of ISA’s member companies are U.S.-based, virtually all of them are multi-national and operate internationally. Because of this and the nature of the problem, itself, ISA has always taken an international approach to cybersecurity (2 of the past 5 ISA Board Chairs have hailed from European headquartered organizations).
Shortly after ISA reiterated and advocated for this approach in its Cyber Security “Social Contract,” the U.S. State Department requested that the ISA alone, through its President, Larry Clinton, brief the NATO Cyber Centre for Excellence in Estonia. Following this briefing, the U.S. State Department also financed a similar trip for ISA President Clinton to brief Organization of American States on ISA’s cyber policies.
ISA continues to cultivate these and similar relationships. Most recently, on June 15, 2012, ISA briefed a high level NATO policy delegation on the effects of increased regulation in cybersecurity as well as offered a comparative analysis of the European programs as compared to the more effective Asian programs.
For ISA President Larry Clinton’s PowerPoint Presentations for the NATO and OAS Briefings, please click the “Presentations” tab above or its link below.