The DoD Defense Industrial Base (DIB) Collaborative Information Sharing Environment (DCISE) serves as the single DoD focal point for receiving all cyber incident reporting affecting unclassified networks of DoD contractors from industry and other government agencies. DCISE also serves as the operational focal point for the voluntary Defense Industrial Base Cybersecurity (CS) Program under 32 Code of Federal Regulations part 236 designed to enhance and supplement DIB participants’ capabilities to safeguard DoD information that resides on or transits, DIB unclassified information systems. DCISE fosters a cyber threat information sharing partnership with DIB participants by performing cyber analysis, offering mitigation and remediation strategies, providing best practices and conducting analyst-to-analyst exchanges with DIB participants.
DCISE personnel are available to meet with industry partners and government stakeholders to share insight on handling intrusion-related activity.
DIB partners and DCISE analysts have unclassified discussions on adversary techniques and targeted networks.
DIBNet is the DoD's network for on-line incident reporting and access to DCISE threat products.
Private DIB Analyst-to-Analyst (A2A) meetings are hosted by DCISE at DC3. These meetings are partner-driven to discuss tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) used by advanced persistant threat (APT) actors targeting networks of that specific DIB Partner. Local on-site A2As can be arranged in special circumstances.
DCISE cyber threat products assist government and industry partners in strengthening security and protecting controlled unclassified information on DIB computer networks. DCISE products, advisories, and administrative notifications are disseminated to USG Stakeholders and DIB Partners.