Who we are

We are a not-for-profit industry Information Sharing and Analysis Centre (ISAC) for the global mining and metals industry
Only organization in mining and metals globally where the cyber security community can come together
Peer-to-peer sharing through events, workshops and webinars
Networking and matchmaking
Making threat intelligence actionable

Our Mission

To improve the cyber resiliency of mining and metals companies, preventing incidents impacting safety, environmental sustainability, or operational productivity.

Our Vision

The Mining and Metals ISAC (MM-ISAC) is a non-profit, industry-owned corporation established to improve the cyber security of metals and mining companies. Its goal is to protect members against incidents that could impact safety, environmental sustainability, or operational productivity. This will be achieved by sharing threat and vulnerability information, managing industry contingency planning, providing opportunities for training security staff and incident response teams.

Our Team

Board Of Directors

Rob Labbé, Chair

Teck Resources

Norris Payne

Newmont

Kristi Cook

Peabody Energy

Jordan Mathews

Freeport Minerals Corporation

Mark Wallace

Fortescue Metals Group

Staff

Cherie Burgett

Director Cyber Intelligence Operations

James Stockton

 Director of Research

Heather Ednie

Executive Director

Heather Turnbull

Operations Manager

Andrea Nichiporuk

Communications Manager

FOUNDING MEMBERS

Initially established through executive orders from the United States, Information Sharing and Analysis Centers (ISAC) have been established across multiple industries to collaborate, pool resources, and share the information necessary to handle these threats.

In March 2017 at PDAC, six mining companies agreed to form a sharing community specific to the mining industry. In April 2017, the Mining and Metals ISAC was formed under the umbrella group: The International Association of Certified ISAOs (IACI).

Since our initial meeting, other companies have joined in our commitment to sharing and collaborating to improve our collective cyber security and resilience.

PARTNERS

Initially established through executive orders from the United States, Information Sharing and Analysis Centers (ISAC) have been established across multiple industries to collaborate, pool resources, and share the information necessary to handle these threats.

In March 2017 at PDAC, six mining companies agreed to form a sharing community specific to the mining industry. In April 2017, the Mining and Metals ISAC was formed under the umbrella group: The International Association of Certified ISAOs (IACI).

Since our initial meeting, other companies have joined in our commitment to sharing and collaborating to improve our collective cyber security and resilience.        

Partners