Commemorating Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month with updates on related S&T research and development efforts and innovative technology solutions.
DHS S&T marks the start of Infrastructure Security and Resiliency Month with the launch of a brand new season of the Technologically Speaking Podcast.
This fact sheet outlines the Science and Technology Directorate’s (S&T) work to deliver guidance on the types of measures and spending that align with reducing the number of casualties of soft target or crowded places incidents, by addressing the primary research question of “how prevention, protection, and response/recovery investments can reduce the risk of casualties from attacks on soft targets and crowded places?"
Secretary Mayorkas delivered the following remarks in his keynote address to the Western Hemisphere Cyber Conference in Washington, DC.
DHS Issues Recommendations to Harmonize Cyber Incident Reporting for Critical Infrastructure Entities
DHS outlined a series of actionable recommendations on how the federal government can streamline and harmonize the reporting of cyber incidents to better protect the nation’s critical infrastructure. These recommendations provide a clear path forward for reducing burden on critical infrastructure partners and enabling the federal government to better identify trends in malicious cyber incidents, as well as helping organizations to prevent, respond to, and recover from attacks.
This report outlines a series of actionable recommendations on how the federal government can streamline and harmonize the reporting of cyber incidents to better protect the nation’s critical infrastructure.
DHS S&T announced an opportunity for Critical Infrastructure Owners & Operators (CI O&O) and GPS equipment manufacturers to test their equipment against GPS disruption and spoofing.
We, the Home Affairs, Interior, Security and Immigration Ministers of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States convened in person, under Canada’s chairship, in Wellington, New Zealand on June 27-28, 2023 for the Five Country Ministerial.
DHS S&T signed a Joint Statement of Intent (JSoI) for collaborative research, development and foreign technical exchanges with the Republic of Korea’s Ministry of Science and Information Communication Technology (MSIT).