NRMC Initiatives

Through a far-reaching partnership effort with the critical infrastructure community, the NRMC incorporated sector expertise and risk analysis to understand the National Critical Functions (NCFs) at the highest risk of an attack or threat, and implemented initiatives to manage risk to these vital NCF.
 

 Fifth Generation (5G)

5G is the next generation of wireless technology which transforms U.S. telecommunication networks and empowers critical services.
 

 Election Security

Fair and free elections are a hallmark of American democracy—an electoral process that is both secure and resilient is a vital national interest.
 

 EMP | GMD *coming soon* 

An electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack or a geomagnetic disturbance (GMD) can affect large areas. Mitigating EMP/GMD effects secures our Nation and economy.
 

 ICT Supply Chain Risk Management

U.S. critical infrastructure relies on Information and Communications Technology (ICT) for daily operations. Vulnerabilities exploited in the ICT supply chain can affect all users of that technology.
 

 National Critical Functions

The National Critical Functions (NCFs) are the functions of government and the private sector that are vital to our national security, economy, and public health or safety.
 

 Pipeline Cybersecurity

2..7 million miles of pipelines transport commodities across the Nation. Enhancing the cybersecurity for the pipeline ecosystem ensures our economic and national well-being.
 

 Positioning Navigation & Timing

Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) is necessary for the functioning of the Nation’s critical infrastructure such as power grids and communication networks.
 

 Tri-Sector Executive Working Group

A public-private partnership focused on collaborative risk management from across the Financial Services Sector, Communications Sector, and Electricity Sub-Sector.
 

Contact Us

For questions or comments, email NRMC@hq.dhs.gov.

Last Updated Date: March 19, 2020

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