First responders need a lighter, more comfortable SCBAs system that didn't require their tanks to refilled as frequently. S&T funded the development of a stackable, modular-filter system that removes tiny particles in the air.
DHS S&T has awarded a total of $5,900,000 to the Norwich University Applied Research Institutes to expand the Distributed Environment for Critical Infrastructure Decision-Making Exercises (DECIDE) cyber-training platform.
The FY19 CFATS Outreach Implementation Plan details the progress made on the CFATS program outreach goals and activities in FY18 and outlines the FY19 outreach goals.
This November, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) recognizes the importance of increasing the resilience of our most core societal functions in an ever-changing technological landscape.
CISA sponsors events throughout the year to engage with stakeholders, exchange security-related information, and share best practices about chemical security.
The regional events are industry-wide networking and educational events that provide a forum for representatives from the chemical community to gain insights, learn, and share best practices.
This printer-friendly flyer is a resource to help facilities become aware that propane is a DHS chemical of interest under CFATS. Any individual or facility that possesses 60,000 lbs. or more of propane must report their chemical holdings to DHS.
The Kentucky Division of Water and S&T’s Flood Apex program are working together to establish a means of monitoring dams and alerting the communities and property owners of potential dangers.
The Partnership and Engagement (P&E) branch of Stakeholder Engagement and Cyber Infrastructure Resilience (SECIR) serves as the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency's (CISA) focal point for strategic and customer engagement with State, Local, Tribal and Territorial (SLTT) and private sector customers. P&E consists of three inter-dependent sections: Industry Engagement, SLTT Engagement, and the Customer Experience Management Office.
The National Seminar and Tabletop Exercise for Institutions of Higher Education (NTTX) is a series of campus-based events to test and promote campus resilience and emergency preparedness. The series brings together senior higher education leaders, as well as federal, state and local representatives from departments and agencies that support campus resilience to participate in workshops and work through a designed emergency scenario.