Membership

Our Members

CSCC members represent communications sector critical infrastructure owners/operators, their designated trade associations, and standard setting bodies, manufacturers, suppliers, and vendors of communications equipment, software, and services. The sub-sectors of the communications sector are: broadcasting, cable, satellite, wireless, and wireline.

3U Technologies
ACA Connects
Association for International Broadcasting
ATIS
AT&T*
Bandwidth
CableLabs
Charter
Cincinnati Bell
Comcast
Competitive Carriers Association
CompTIA
Consolidated Communications
Consumer Technology Assocation
Cox
CTIA – The Wireless Association
Cumulus Media
Ericsson*
Scripps
Frontier
General Dynamics Information Technology
Hubbard Radio
Hughes Network
iconectiv
Internet Security Alliance
Iridium*
Juniper Networks
Lumen*
National Association of Broadcasters
NCTA – The Internet & Television Association
NEC Corporation of America
Neustar*
North American Broadcasters Association
Nsight
NTCA – The Rural Broadband Association
Nippon Telegraphy and Telephone America
Pioneer Telephone Cooperative
Samsung
Satellite Industry Association
Sinclair
Telecommunications Industry Association
Telephone and Data Systems, Inc.
T-Mobile
U.S. Cellular
USTelecom Association
Verizon
Windstream
WNYC
WTA – Advocates for Rural Broadband

*Denotes CSCC members on the President’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee (NSTAC).

FAQ's

There is currently no financial cost to participating in the CSCC.

The CSCC welcomes companies interested in partnering to ensure the security and resiliency of the Nation’s communications systems and networks. In general, our members are stakeholders in the communication sector’s core networks: broadcasting, cable, satellite, wireless and wireline. See Join the CSCC for General Membership Guidelines. By way of comparison, you can find information on the IT-SCC here: http://www.it-scc.org.

The CSCC holds annual elections to select an Executive Committee. The Executive Committee meets regularly and assumes responsibility for logistics and certain planning needs, while all Members are encouraged to participate in any of the Council’s Working Groups. Working Groups shall develop and send reports and recommendations to the Executive Committee. Participation is voluntary and members are encouraged to actively participate in at least one Working Group each year.

Companies participating in the CSCC help develop and share best practices for protecting critical assets and functions, have access to early warning about threats, collaborate on incident mitigation and gain enhanced capabilities in restoration and continuity. Additionally, as part of the CSCC you will be introduced to sector experts in both government and industry, and have a seat at the table to participate in critical infrastructure protection topics of the day.

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