S&T works with industry, responders, and other stakeholders, before, during and after events happen make sure the nation and critical infrastructure sectors are prepared.
This document lays out the strategic vision and operational priorities of the CISA Director. It provides a general approach for how we execute our responsibilities and serves as a reference point for our employees and partners to guide our work and create unity of effort. It aims to position us to successfully meet our mission in the coming years and decades. It serves as the interim strategy as we develop a longer-term strategic plan.
Under CFATS, Tier 3 or 4 facilities may receive expedited approval of their Site Security Plan and enter directly into a regular cycle of compliance inspections.
Detecting and delaying an intrusion or attack on a high-risk chemical facility is a critical component of a facility’s security.
The Fifth Generation of wireless technology, or 5G, will enable new innovation, new markets, and economic growth around the world. Tens of billions of new devices will be connected to the Internet through 5G technology. These connections will empower a vast array of new and enhanced critical services, from autonomous vehicles and telemedicine, to automated manufacturing and advances to traditional critical infrastructure, such as smart grid electricity distribution. Given 5G’s scope, the stakes for safeguarding these vital networks could not be higher. CISA is leading risk mitigation efforts across the federal government and is committed to working with government and industry partners to ensure the security and integrity of 5G technology in our nation.
These are the 2019 agendas, documents, and other meeting information for the NIAC Quarterly Business Meetings.
The 12th Chemical Sector Security Summit kicked off on July 16, 2019, in New Orleans, Louisiana brought together government and industry national security experts from all over the country to network and share best practices about chemical security.
CISA regions lead and support public and private sector partners in developing and maintaining secure and resilient infrastructure. Regional personnel work with critical infrastructure partners and communities at the regional, state, county, tribal, and local levels. These fact sheets provide more information about each regions services and their contact information.
Under RBPS 10 - Monitoring, high-risk facilities must have measures to regularly inspect, test, maintain and calibrate communications and warning systems to ensure their reliability and promptly correct any deficiencies.
The PSP Toolkit is a list of resources that facilities may use to assist them with updating their security plans (Site Security Plan or Alternative Security Program) to include security measures to comply with RBPS 12(iv)—screening individuals for terrorist ties.