HSIN's FY18 annual report provides a comprehensive overview about how HSIN supports interagency and private sector partners achieve mission success.
This video demonstrates how HSIN is used to help coordinate and deploy resources in situations like fire, emergency response and public health needs, supporting local partners who serve many people at once.
HSIN is discussed as the secure platform for National Network of Fusion Center and the Terrorist Screening Center to share requests for information with one push of a button.
This video spotlights how HSIN is used for daily operations in homeland security, providing real-time information and decision-making capabilities across agencies. Features include intelligence analysis business flow, collaboration between law enforcement and first responders as well as health information sharing.
This video focuses on how HSIN is used to share information related to cybersecurity threats. There are highlights as to how analysts, investigators and private sector partners collaborate across the nation.
This video highlights how HSIN was used to respond to unfolding events that were not planned and required real-time law enforcement communication. Examples include civil unrest and the recovery of an abducted child.
The Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN) helped facilitate the security of over 30,000 attendees at the 2017 National Scout Jamboree (NSJ), held July 19 to 28 near Glen Jean, West Virginia. President Trump, joined by several members of his cabinet, spoke at the event on July 24.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) announced today the implementation a new technology to streamline and improve secure information sharing between DHS and its partners.