QSMO Services - Anomalies and Events


Services that detect anomalous activity and help understand the potential impact of events. Select the services and agency provider logos below to contact service providers directly and learn more about how to obtain these services. 

Analysis & Detection

HHSAnalysis and Detection services ensure an agency's/division's information security program is fully implemented and maintained.



Cyber Threat Information Sharing (CTIS) - Automated Information Sharing (AIS)

CISAAIS enables the real-time exchange of machine-readable cyber threat indicators and defensive measures to help protect participants of the AIS community and ultimately reduce the prevalence of cyberattacks. The AIS community includes private sector entities; federal departments and agencies; state, local, tribal, and territorial (SLTT) governments; information sharing and analysis centers (ISACs) and information sharing and analysis organizations (ISAOs); and foreign partners and companies. AIS is offered at no cost to participants as part of CISA’s mission to work with public and private sector partners to identify and help mitigate cyber threats through information sharing and provide technical assistance, upon request, that helps prevent, detect, and respond to incidents.

Cyber Threat Information Sharing (CTIS) - Shared Cybersecurity Services (SCS)


SCS provides federal civilian (.gov) departments and agencies, state fusion centers, and the Multi-State and Election Infrastructure Information Sharing and Analysis Centers (MS-ISAC and EI-ISAC) with cost-free access to commercial cyber threat intelligence (CTI). Subscriptions offer access to a variety of services, including Indicators of Compromise (IOC), Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), and threat platform tools and training. The current SCS CTI vendors include Mandiant FireEye, InfoBlox, and LookingGlass.


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