EE-ISAC: European Energy - Information Sharing & Analysis Centre

EE-ISAC enables trust-based security data and information sharing in the energy sector. The private-public partnership is a joint initiative of 4 major European utility companies together with technical universities, governmental bodies and security technology providers. 

Read more about how EE-ISAC helps these European utilities to improve the cyber security and resilience of their grid.


 EE-ISAC Members


 Benefits for utilities:

Alliander, EDP Distribuição, EVN, ​TU Delft, SecurityMatters, Siemens, ViaSat, ENCS​ and the NCSC-NL are Founding Members. Enel, ENISA, KU Leuven and Accenture are finalising their founding membership procedure. New members are Applied Risk, Webster University and T-Systems Austria GesmbH. Read more.

Share both real-time security data & analysis within small scale trust-circles

Learn from and act upon grid security incidents and cyber breaches happening outside their own organization

Compare & evaluate security solutions both from a technical and operational viewpoint

Benefit from an open dialogue with industry partners and suppliers

Set up long lasting relationships of trust with partners across the entire value chain

 What does ISAC stand for?


 EE-ISAC Insights

ISAC stands for Information Sharing & Analysis Centre. ISACs are public-private partnerships in which participants exchange experiences and information about incidents and attacks within their own organization in order to protect the industry as a whole.

ISACs create a network of trust. Participants feel no legal or social hesitations to share sensitive but key information in order to learn from each other and create awareness networks. How does an ISAC create trust?

ISACs creates means for the sharing of information through Human-to-Human (H2H) and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) methods.


Johan Rambi (Alliander) and Nuno Medeiros (EDP Distribuição) discuss the open approach to cyber security.