The Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN) is the designated DHS solution for sharing Sensitive But Unclassified (SBU) information and intelligence within DHS and all of its partners. The HSIN 2022 Annual Report—available for viewing and download—provides a comprehensive overview about how HSIN supports mission success for interagency and private sector partners throughout the nation. The following examples provide a snapshot of how HSIN contributed to homeland security:
- Streamlining Intelligence Sharing—HSIN launched a mobile app for the HSIN-Intel community to enable increased flexibility in providing timely, relevant, and actionable intelligence.
- Bolstering Election Security—Multiple local, state, and federal partners including the Elections Infrastructure Information Sharing and Analysis Center (EI-ISAC) and the National Fusion Center Association (NFCA) used HSIN to support election security across the nation.
- Strengthening School Safety—School officials across the U.S. used HSIN to securely exchange information, learn best practices, and improve their school safety plans through valuable knowledge sharing opportunities.
HSIN users rely on the platform to access mission-critical data, send requests securely between agencies, manage operations, coordinate planned event safety and security, respond to incidents, and share the information they need to successfully complete their operations and help keep their communities safe. To learn more, we invite you to view the 2022 HSIN Annual Report. To request HSIN support for your mission, contact HSIN@hq.dhs.gov.