The Department of Homeland Security’s Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced a Security Directive that will enable the Department to better identify, protect against, and respond to threats to critical companies in the pipeline sector.
In the wake of multiple large-scale disasters that plagued the U.S. in 2017, DHS initiated a more focused effort to formalize a Department-wide process that integrates activities for incorporating resilience into our critical infrastructure.
Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro N. Mayorkas released the following statement in support of President Biden’s Executive Order to improve our nation’s cybersecurity and protect federal government networks.
From March 8 to 11, DHS’s Office for Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention (OTVTP) hosted its 6th Digital Forum, which focused on topics surrounding online gaming and esports. The forum brought together top professionals from a wide range of disciplines, including law enforcement, game development, education, and mental health. Throughout the four-day program, the forum delivered insights and resources on the risks of radicalization to violence through online gaming platforms, but it also emphasized how the gaming industry and civil society are best positioned to create solutions together.
This Center for Prevention Programs and Partnerships publication provides tools and resources to bolster online critical thinking skills.
DHS S&T and CISA jointly announced today that the Integrated Justice Information Systems (IJIS) Institute will spearhead a $268,000 project to develop interoperability standards for Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) systems used by the Nation’s public safety agencies.
In honor of Trivia Day, take a moment and learn some fun facts about S&T.
S&T's Resilient PNT Conformance Framework will improve critical infrastructure’s ability to prevent, respond, and recover from GPS disruptions.
DHS S&T joins industry, responders, and international partners to keep our critical infrastructure systems on the cutting-edge.
September is National Suicide Prevention Month, a time when individuals, survivors, local citizen organizations, mental health advocates, and government agencies across the country increase their collective efforts to reduce suicide. DHS is joining the call to promote awareness and increase proactive measures around suicide by supporting our colleagues who may be at risk.