As a critical part of the nation's infrastructure, real estate faces a growing number of cyberattacks - particularly for retail, hospitality, and multifamily. To address such threats, the Roundtable continues to help build a more secure and resilient industry against both cyber and physical threats.
The RE-ISAC team maintains access and on-site presence within the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) in order to effectively conduct joint analytical activities, and to coordinate cybersecurity analysis and collaborative activities.
Through a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with DHS's National Protection and Programs Directorate, the RE-ISAC engages in operational efforts to better coordinate activities supporting the detection, prevention, and mitigation of cybersecurity, communications reliability, and related data threats to critical infrastructure.
As a critical part of the nation's infrastructure, real estate continues to face an array of threats from natural catastrophes, international and domestic terrorism, criminal activity, cyber-attacks and border security. To address such threats, the Roundtable continues to help build a more secure and resilient industry against both physical and cyber threats.
Thanks to the work of the HSTF and RE-ISAC, real estate firms are learning more about threats for the cyber environment and implementing appropriate security measures to prevent and mitigate cyber intrusions.
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