The ISF is a leading authority on information security and risk management
Our research, practical tools and guidance are used by our Members to overcome the wide-ranging security challenges that impact their business today.
Benefits of your organisation being a member of the ISF
- Unlimited access to all tools, services and events for the Member organisation worldwide
- Access to ISF Live, the Member exclusive website, serving as a resource library and an interactive discussion platform that allows Members to ask questions and share information in a secure environment
- Opportunity to regularly network with professionals from leading organisations at regional and global meetings such as the ISF World Congress and local chapter meetings
- Attendees at ISF events and workshops qualify for (ISC)2 and ISACA continuous professional education (CPE) credits
- Each ISF Member is assigned an Account Manager to assist your organisation in gaining maximum value from your Membership
- ISF Services provide organisations with short term, professional support to supplement the implementation of ISF products
- Access to the new ISF Learning service, delivering high impact, best-in-class programmes and certifications.
Trusted by over 400 organisations
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Cyber Security Showcase Week
A series of thought-provoking webinars addressing current business challenges with new and unique insight.
Orange Chapter Spring Meeting
Chapter Meetings provide an opportunity for Members in the same geographic region to meet and discuss security and risk management issues.
Our award-winning consultancy services provide organisations globally with tailored, pragmatic support, translating technical insight into clear business-focused guidance, helping organisations to achieve their information security goals.
ISF Ransomware Support
Latest ResearchExplore all research
React and Prepare
The digital revolution presents opportunities to identify and exploit the rising value of information. But this same value also attracts unwanted atte...
Threat Horizon 2024: The disintegration of trust
Should organisations attempt to rebuild trust, or accept that it has disintegrated and adapt accordingly?