The Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN) is the Department of Homeland Security's official system for trusted sharing of Sensitive But Unclassified information between federal, state, local, territorial, tribal, international and private sector partners. Mission operators use HSIN to access Homeland Security data, send requests securely between agencies, manage operations, coordinate planned event safety and security, respond to incidents, and share the information they need to fulfill their missions and help keep their communities safe. For more information about HSIN, please contact HSIN@hq.dhs.gov.
Find out how HSIN simplifies your access to the Sensitive But Unclassified (SBU) information you need, when and where you need it.
Learn how simple it is to request an account and where to get started.
HSIN's 2019 Annual Report provides a comprehensive overview about how HSIN supports interagency and private sector partners achieve mission success.
Understand how HSIN-CI works as a common platform to provide tactical and planning communication for private sector critical infrastructure owners and operators.
Learn how HSIN supports the mission of Emergency Services professionals across the country by providing a secure place to communicate during critical situations.
Discover more about HSIN-Intel, a secure community that connects partners across mission areas and promotes the exchange and analysis of controlled, unclassified intelligence and threat-related information.
Become familiar with the ways law enforcement officials at every level of government use HSIN as a means to collaborate securely with partners across geographic and jurisdictional boundaries.
Learn how funds awarded to FEMA grant recipients can be used to support HSIN user communities and information sharing activities.