Infrastructure Security

Security and Resiliency Guide and Annexes

The Security and Resiliency Guide (SRG C-IED) and annexes are designed to help stakeholders take proactive steps to enhance their security and resiliency for potential IED incidents by providing guidance and resources consistent with broader all-hazards preparedness and risk management principles. The guide has five accompanying annexes (Sports Leagues and Venues, Outdoor Events, Public Assembly, Lodging, and Healthcare and Public Health Facility) that provide tailored information specifically for security managers and staff as they seek to improve the preparedness of their venues.

CISA Launches the Infrastructure Dependency Primer to Strengthen Community Resilience

 Infrastructure is the backbone of communities, providing critical services and enabling essential functions such as health, safety, and economic growth. Understanding critical infrastructure dependencies and incorporating them into planning is key to the resilience of communities across the nation.  The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) announces today the Infrastructure Dependency Primer (IDP), developed to help state, local, tribal, and territorial planners and decisionmakers better understand how infrastructure dependencies can impact community risk and resilience and how to incorporate that knowledge into ongoing community planning. 
Last Published Date: November 19, 2021

ChemLock: CISA Services

In addition to the ChemLock services and tools that the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) provides specific to chemical security, CISA offers a variety of other resources and tools that facilities with dangerous chemicals may also find useful.

5G Library

CISA’s National Risk Management Center (NRMC) has compiled this library of free, voluntary resources to help the public and stakeholders better understand the wide array of 5G benefits, the risks that comes with 5G deployment, and steps that can be taken now to ensure 5G security and resilience.

ChemLock Training

CISA offers live, on-demand training to assist owners, operators, facility personnel, retailers, and emergency personnel with understanding the threats that chemicals pose and what security measures can be put into place to reduce the risk of dangerous chemicals being weaponized.

ChemLock Exercises

Exercises and drills are an excellent way to test your organization’s preparedness for a variety of different risks. CISA offers CISA Tabletop Exercise Packages (CTEPs), drills, and general materials to help facilities conduct exercises that are tailored specifically for chemical security.