The Office of Infrastructure ProtectionNational Protection and Programs DirectorateDepartment of Homeland SecurityProtective Security Coordination DivisionProtective Security Advisor Program and DHS Services9/6/2018
Protective Security Advisors PSAs are non-regulatory, field-deployed personnel who serve as criticalinfrastructure security and resilience advisors Link State, local, tribal, and territorial (SLTT) and private sector partnersto DHS resources and services Coordinate vulnerability assessments, training, and other DHS products andservices Share information in steady state, during special events and incidents Assist facility owners and operators with obtaining security clearances During contingency events, PSAs support the response, recovery, andreconstitution efforts Man state and local emergency operations centers Serve as pre-designated Infrastructure Liaisons (IL) at Joint Field Offices2
Protective Security Advisor LocationsCourtesy of DHS3
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Protected Critical InfrastructureInformation Established under the CriticalInfrastructure Information Act of2002 Protects voluntarily submitted criticalinfrastructure information from: Freedom of Information Act State and local sunshine laws Civil litigation proceedings Regulatory usage Provides private sector with legalprotections and “peace of mind.”Courtesy of DHS5
Enhanced Critical InfrastructureProtection Visit Establishes and enhances DHS’s relationship with criticalinfrastructure owners and operators During an Enhanced Critical Infrastructure Protection (ECIP)visit, PSAs focus on coordination, outreach, training, andeducation ECIP visits include local, state, and federal response andsupport partners to enable everyone to gain a betterunderstanding of the site and enable us all to move forwardtogether Perfect one stop shop to meet the local players of importance6
Infrastructure Survey Tool The IST is a web-based vulnerability survey tool that appliesweighted scores to identify infrastructure vulnerabilities andtrends across sectors Collects data for a snapshot in time for sites for feedback Physical Security, Security Force, Security Management,Information Sharing, Protective Measures, Dependencies The Dashboard tool allows facility owners and operators to: Compare a facility’s security in relation to similar facilities Identify security gaps Track progress toward improving critical infrastructure security7
Example Dashboard - Protection8
Active Shooter: Preparation and ResponsePresentations 1-hr. based on 2012 Joint DHS/FBI Bulletin and best practices Background Information on personalities that perpetrate theseattacks Propensity towards violence, mental illness, triggering point To aid employees and disrupt possible events Planning Individual mental maps Organizational plans Response – Situationally based: Run, Hide or Fight Recovery – based on plans and profound nature of attack Also 3-hr TTX available9
Counter-IED Training & Awareness Diverse curriculum of training designed to buildcounter-IED core capabilities, such as: IED Counterterrorism Workshop Surveillance Detection Bomb Threat Management Vehicle-Borne IED (VBIED) Search Protective Measures IED Search Procedures Increases knowledge and ability to detect,prevent, protect against, and respond tobombing threatsCourtesy of DHS OBP10
Homeland Security InformationNetwork (HSIN) HSIN (https://hsin.dhs.gov/) is DHS’s primary technology tool for trustedinformation sharing HSIN – Critical Infrastructure (HSIN-CI) enables direct communicationbetween: DHS Federal, State, and local governments Critical infrastructure owners and operators Content includes: Planning and Preparedness Incident Reporting and Updates Situational Awareness Education and Training11
Infrastructure Protection Report Series Increase awareness of theinfrastructure mission andbuild a baseline of securityand resilience knowledgethroughout the Nation Identify CommonVulnerabilities, PotentialIndicators of TerroristActivity, and associatedProtective Measures, alongwith actions that can beundertaken to enhanceresilienceCourtesy of DHS12
DHS/IP – PartnersInfraGard An information-sharing and analysis effort serving theinterests and combining the knowledge of a widerange of members Partnership between FBI and private sector Businesses, academic institutions, state and local lawenforcement agencies, and other participantsdedicated to sharing information and intelligence toprevent/mitigate acts against the United States http://www.infragard.net13
See Something Say Something Nationwide Suspicious ActivityReporting Initiative (NSI) States control most localprograms with information andposters available Customized products can alsobe obtained DHS support in preparation ofmaterial, posters, etc Contact email@example.com
Private Sector Resources Catalog www.dhs.gov/private-sector-resources-catalog All DHS agencies have available material Training- FEMA, Active Shooter, Workplace Violence, Surveillance Detection Information- Homeland Security Information Network, TripWire, National Terrorism AlertSystem, National Suspicious Activity Reporting Services- Wireless Priority Service (WPS)/Government Emergency Telephone System(GETS), Geographic Information Systems Systems-Protected Critical Infrastructure Information, Chemical Facility AntiTerrorism Standards, Business Continuity Cyber – Assessments, bulletins, and best practices
DHS Cyber Security Programs Cyber Hygiene Evaluations Assess Internet accessible systems for known vulnerabilities andconfiguration errors ICS Architecture Review Intensive and exhaustive review of the security architecture forindustrial control, process automation, and other cyber-physicalsystems Penetration Test/Risk and Vulnerability Assessment Conducts red-team assessments and provides remediationrecommendations
DHS Cyber Security Programs Cyber Resilience Review (CRR) Evaluate how CIKR providers manage cyber security of significantinformation services and assets Cyber Infrastructure Survey Tool (C-IST) Identify and document critical cyber security information includingsystem-level configurations and functions, cyber security threats,cyber security measures, IT business continuity/disaster recoveryand cyber security organizational management Cyber Security Evaluation Tool (CSET) Self-assessment using recognized standards http:/us-cert.gov/control systems/csetdownload.html
DHS Cyber Security Programs - CSET Network Mapping System comparisons to chosen standards Hard copy reports Resource library
Cyber Security Contact InformationEvaluation Inquiriescse@hq.dhs.govGeneral Inquiriescyberadvisor@hq.dhs.govDepartment of Homeland SecurityNational Protection and Programs DirectorateOffice of Cybersecurity and Communications
For more information visit:www.dhs.gov/critical-infrastructureBob Winters - firstname.lastname@example.orgProtective Security Advisor - PittsburghNationally – email@example.com
DHS Cyber Security Programs Cyber Resilience Review (CRR) Evaluate how CIKR providers manage cyber security of significant information services and assets Cyber Infrastructure Survey Tool (C-IST) Identify and document critical cyber security information including system-level configurations and functions, cyber security threats,
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