Economic Security

NRMC Initiatives

The NRMC incorporated sector expertise to implement initiatives to secure the National Critical Functions (NCF) at the highest risk of an attack or threat, including election security, pipeline cybersecurity, supply chain risks, 5G, and electromagnetic pulse events.

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Last Updated Date: June 29, 2020


CISA's National Risk Management Center works closely with the critical infrastructure community to identify and analyze the most significant risks to our Nation and strategically manage long-term resiliency and security efforts to “Secure Tomorrow”.


Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) is necessary for the functioning of the Nation’s critical infrastructure. CISA works with government and industry partners to strengthen resiliency of the PNT ecosystem from the risks of intentional and unintentional threats.

National Critical Functions Resources

The National Risk Management Center (NRMC) supports CISA’s Cyber and Infrastructure Security Mission by creating an environment where government and industry can collaborate within and across sectors to develop plans and solutions for reducing cyber and other systemic risks to national and economic security. NRMC turns analysis into action by developing risk management solutions

Support to Critical Infrastructure at Greatest Risk (“Section 9 Report”) Summary

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), in coordination with relevant Sector Specific Agencies (SSAs), annually identifies and maintains a list of critical infrastructure entities that meet the criteria specified in Executive Order (EO) 13636, Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity, Section 9(a) (“Section 9 entities”) utilizing a risk-based approach. Section 9 entities are defined as “critical infrastructure where a cybersecurity incident could reasonably result in catastrophic regional or national effects on public health or safety, economic security, or national security.”

Chemical Security Events

CISA sponsors events throughout the year to engage with stakeholders, exchange security-related information, and share best practices regarding chemical security.

Last Updated Date: May 5, 2020