Drone use by critical infrastructure and hobbyist alike continue to rise due to their popularity and affordability. As drone activity increases around communities, concerned citizens are likely to contact 9-1-1 call centers and report suspicious drone flights. This guidance provides an overview of safe and unsafe drone flight and a recommended script that Emergency Communications Centers (ECCs) may follow when responding to drone related calls.
The Spotlights are a series of articles designed to demonstrate how recommendations within the National Emergency Communications Plan (NECP) apply to real-world events.
The Business Case for Security is a resource that will help small and mid-sized businesses consider how they can sell the costs for security improvements to senior leaders and other organizational controllers of the purse strings. It provides statistical data on common physical and cybersecurity challenges, as well as suggestions for first steps and resources to assist organizations in bolstering their security postures.
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.
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.
The Healthcare & Public Health Framework Implementation Guidance was developed to help Healthcare & Public Health Sector owners and operators use the voluntary Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity released by The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in 2014.
The Defense Industrial Base Framework Implementation Guidance was developed to help Defense Industrial Base Sector owners and operators use the voluntary Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity released by The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in 2014.
2019 Edition - Armed Contract Security Officers in Federal Facilities: An Interagency Security Committee Best Practice (ACSO)
This ACSO Best Practice document defines the functions of a contract security force as a countermeasure; lists the minimum criteria for suitability, physical, medical, training/education,experience, grooming/appearance, uniforms, and equipment; and provides factors that estimate security staffing levels for specific security posts.
This document provides guidance for federal Executive Branch departments and agencies regarding access control