This is the fact sheet for the Infrastructure Survey Tool (IST).
The Spotlights are a series of articles designed to demonstrate how recommendations within the National Emergency Communications Plan (NECP) apply to real-world events.
A collection of frequently asked questions and fact sheets with information on the Nationwide Communications Baseline Assessment. For additional resources, visit http://cisa.gov/safecom/sns.
In 2019, CISA awarded a cooperative agreement to the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL) to conduct a pilot project with State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial (SLTT) governments to enhance their cybersecurity defenses and rapidly respond to Indicators of Compromise (IOCs) through the development of Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) workflows and guides. JHU/APL successfully conducted the pilot project with Arizona, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Texas, Maricopa County, and the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center.
The Risk to the Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce
COVID-19 vaccination hesitancy within the critical infrastructure workforce represents a risk to our National Critical Functions and critical infrastructure companies and operations. Employers of workers within the critical infrastructure sectors are essential to reducing vaccine hesitancy within their workforce by becoming messengers of accurate, reliable, and timely information.
The DHS Office of SAFETY Act Implementation (OSAI) and Office for Bombing Prevention (OBP) share a mutual DHS mission space: to help prepare venues, entities, and people to reduce risk and mitigate effects from large scale, catastrophic terrorist attacks by effectively using training and other integral layers of security to identify, detect, deter, respond to, or otherwise mitigate the impact or harm arising from an act of terrorism. OSAI and OBP have partnered to identify nationally accredited training products and services that meet the counter-terrorism needs of DHS stakeholders.