Infrastructure Security

CISA and AVANGRID Conduct Virtual Exercise to Improve Emergency Response and Recovery Plans

WASHINGTON – Today, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and AVANGRID, a sustainable energy company providing services in 24 states, conducted a virtual tabletop exercise to test and identify the safety procedures AVANGRID has implemented since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and identify additional procedures necessary to ensure employee safety operations and business continuity in the out years.  
Last Published Date: February 23, 2021

CISA Releases New Global Strategy for International Engagement

Today, while speaking at the Business Council for International Understanding (BCIU), Brandon Wales, Acting Director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) announced the release of the agency’s first-ever international strategy, CISA Global.  During the fireside chat with BCIU President and CEO Peter Tichansky, Acting Director Wales shared how CISA will work with international partners to fulfill the agency’s mission and create unity of effort across mission areas.
Last Published Date: February 18, 2021

Rack Card

This poster and postcard explains how to know which items in your store can be used to make homemade explosives and recognizing suspicious behaviors that can help prevent bombing incidents.

BMAP Hotel Card

This poster and postcard explains how hotels and lodging facilities can be venues for criminal or terrorist activities. Be alert to any persons who behave suspiciously or engage in unusual actions or activities.

CISA Global

CISA Global outlines how CISA will work with international partners to fulfill our responsibilities, execute our work, and create unity of effort within our mission areas. The strategy details CISA’s international vision and commits the agency to four goals.

CISA Global

Today’s globally interconnected world presents a wide array of serious risks and threats to critical infrastructure, systems, assets, functions, and citizens. Given the dynamic threat landscape and significant developments in global cybersecurity and related policies, the U.S. government must remain fully engaged to shape an environment that will preserve our national security interests, economic security interests, and competitiveness into the future.