The Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN) is the trusted network for homeland security mission operations to share Sensitive But Unclassified information. Federal, State, Local, Territorial, Tribal, International and Private Sector homeland security partners use HSIN to manage operations, analyze data, send alerts and notices, and in general, share the information they need to do their jobs. For more information about HSIN, please contact HSIN.Outreach@hq.dhs.gov
Learn more by reading the annual reports, fact sheets, and case studies.
HSIN's Features and Capabilities
- Alerts and Notifications
- Basic Learning Management System (LMS)
- Comprehensive HSIN Training
- Document Repository
- GIS Mapping
- Instant Messaging (HSIN Chat)
- Managed Workflow Capabilities
- Secure Messaging (HSINBox)
- Web Conferencing (HSIN Connect)
For more information about HSIN's features and capabilities, read the our HSIN Features fact sheet.
- HSIN Terms of Service - Establishes a user's basic rights, duties and privileges as a user of HSIN
- HSIN Community of Interest Model Charter - Provides all COIs a common reference to develop a final charter required to govern and manage each COI.
What is HSIN?
The video features several HSIN users and advocates from different areas of operation across the nation, highlighting the benefits of HSIN and the impact the system has had in connecting federal, state, local, tribal and territorial partners.
Using HSIN’s Capabilities
This video gives an overview of the many benefits and capabilities HSIN provides to the Homeland Security Enterprise. The video features several HSIN users and advocates from different areas of operation across the nation, highlighting the flexibility of HSIN and the impact the system has on a variety of operational scenarios.