Information Sharing Environment [ISE] Law and Legal Definition
The Information Sharing Environment (ISE) is the U.S. attempt to prevent future attacks and improve its ability to protect institutions at home and abroad. The ISE was established by the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 that provides analysts, operators and investigators with integrated and synthesized information on terrorism, weapons of mass destruction, and homeland security.
According to section 1016 of the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act, the term Information Sharing Environment refers to an approach that facilitates the sharing of terrorism information, which approach may include any methods determined necessary and appropriate.
The ISE combines policies, procedures, and technologies linking the resources (people, systems, databases, and information) of Federal, State, local, and tribal entities and the private sector to facilitate terrorism information sharing, access, and collaboration among users to combat terrorism more effectively.
Legal Definition list
- Information Sharing and Analysis Organization
- Information Service
- Information Security Requirements
- Information Security Automation Program
- Information Security
- Information Sharing Environment [ISE]
- Information Superhighway
- Information System
- Information Technology
- Information Technology Management
- Information-Disclosure Statement