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  • DHS Cybersecurity Strategy

    This strategy provides the Department with a framework to execute our cybersecurity responsibilities during the next five years to keep pace with the evolving cyber risk landscape.

  • 2018 North Dakota LTTX Cybersecurity Overview and Resource Guide

    This Leadership Tabletop Exercise Cybersecurity Overview and Resource Guide provides members of the academic community with a summary of the format and structure of the pilot LTTX event, hosted by the North Dakota University System, as a model for initiating critical conversations with campus leadership on their roles in preparedness for, response to, and recovery from campus emergencies.

  • Homeland Security Advisory Council Final Report of the Cybersecurity Subcommittee

    This report offers recommendations to meet a poorly understood but absolutely vital challenge for U.S. cybersecurity: ensuring that interdependent infrastructure sectors can work together to restore critical services after a cyberattack, in partnership with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and other Federal and state agencies.

  • DHS/S&T/PIA-006 Protected Repository for the Defense of Infrastructure Against Cyber Threats

    DHS/S&T/PIA-006 Protected Repository for the Defense of Infrastructure Against Cyber Threats

  • DHS/CISA/PIA-028 Enhanced Cybersecurity Services (ECS)

    Enhanced Cybersecurity Services (ECS) is a voluntary program that shares indicators of malicious cyber activity between the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and participating Commercial Service Providers (CSPs) and Operational Implementers (OIs). The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is conducting this Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) Update to reflect ECS’ support by Executive Order 13636, Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity, announce the expansion of service beyond Critical Infrastructure sectors to all U.S.-based public and private entities, and to introduce the new Netflow Analysis service.  November 2015.

  • Enhanced Cybersecurity Services Program Privacy Compliance Review

    The Enhanced Cybersecurity Services Program (ECS) is a voluntary Department of Homeland Security (DHS) program in which the National Protection and Programs Directorate’s (NPPD) Cybersecurity and Communications provides indicators of malicious cyber activity to participating commercial service providers. The purpose of the program is to assist the owners and operators of critical infrastructure in enhancing their ability to protect their systems from unauthorized access, exploitation, or data exfiltration through a voluntary information sharing program.  In performing the Privacy Compliance Review (PCR), the DHS Privacy Office found that NPPD developed the ECS Program and its related processes with privacy-protective objectives in mind. NPPD continues to operate the ECS Program and its related processes with strong privacy oversight, which allows NPPD to identify and mitigate privacy risks as the program evolves and matures.

  • Cybersecurity and Privacy

    DHS employs a layered approach to privacy oversight for the department’s cybersecurity activities, beginning with the Chief Privacy Officer and extending through NPPD’s Component Privacy Officer and dedicated privacy staff across the Department.

  • Task Force on CyberSkills Membership List

    On June 6, 2012, Secretary Napolitano announced the formation of a Task Force on CyberSkills with a two-part mandate: first, to identify the best ways DHS can foster the development of a national security workforce capable of meeting current and future cybersecurity challenges; and second, to outline how DHS can improve its capability to recruit and retain that sophisticated cybersecurity talent. This document contains the members of the Task Force on CyberSkills.

  • HSAAC Subcommittee Taskings

    HSAAC Subcommittee Taskings

  • Private Sector Resources Catalog

    The Private Sector Resources Catalog, originally released in May 2010, centralizes access to all DHS resources targeted for the private sector including small and large businesses, academia, trade associations, and other non-governmental organizations.