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  • Harmonization of Cyber Incident Reporting to the Federal Government

    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.

  • DHSx Application Form

    Application form to provide information about your organization and interest in participating in DHSx. 

  • Vulnerability Disclosure Program Policy and Rules of Engagement

    In accordance with Section 101 and Title I of the SECURE Technology Act (P.L. 115-390), this policy provides security researchers with clear guidelines for (1) conducting vulnerability and attack vector discovery activities directed at Department of Homeland Security (DHS) systems and (2) submitting those discovered vulnerabilities. This policy has been developed in consultation with the Attorney General, the Secretary of Defense, the Administrator of GSA, and non-governmental security researchers.

  • Under Secretary Silvers Delivers Remarks at the Munich Cyber Security Conference

    Under Secretary for Strategy, Policy, and Plans Robert Silvers delivered remarks at the 2023 Munich Cyber Security Conference.

  • Cyber Mission Overview

    Overview of the Cyber Mission of the Department of Homeland Security, a top priority of the Biden-Harris Administration.

  • Cryptographic Agility Infographic

    The Cryptographic Agility Infographic illustrates a design feature that enables updates to future cryptographic algorithms and standards without the need to modify or replace the surrounding infrastructure.

  • DHS Space Policy

    Within the homeland security enterprise, space-based systems play a critical role in securing the homeland as DHS components and partners rely heavily on space systems to provide information and communications necessary for mission success. The DHS Space Policy guides component efforts internally and across the homeland security enterprise.

  • Law Enforcement Resources

    This guide highlights many of DHS's resources available, including training and grant opportunities, to increase our nation’s ability to prevent acts of violence and increase our resilience to evolving threats.

  • DHS Cybersecurity Service Overview for Potential Applicants

    Information about the DHS Cybersecurity Service.

  • 2017 NTTX Situation Manual

    This exercise is a part of a two-day event including seminars/workshops and a tabletop exercise (TTX) geared toward examining issues related to cybersecurity impacting physical infrastructure systems on college and university campuses. The TTX portion of the event consists of a scenario-driven, facilitated discussion and is designed to examine roles, responsibilities, authorities, and capabilities to enhance the resilience of institutions of higher education.