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Washington State Critical Infrastructure Program. Infrastructure Protection Office Emergency Management Division Washington Military Department. “No security, No infrastructure”. Mission / Agenda. Identify Locate Assess Protect

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Washington state critical infrastructure program
Washington State Critical Infrastructure Program

Infrastructure Protection Office

Emergency Management Division

Washington Military Department

“No security, No infrastructure”


Mission agenda
Mission / Agenda

Identify

Locate

Assess

Protect

Critical Infrastructure that if lost or disrupted would have a devastating effect on the citizens of Washington


Authority
Authority

  • HSPD 7, Critical Infrastructure Identification, Prioritization, and Protection, December 17, 2003

  • National Infrastructure Protection Plan (NIPP), 2006

  • Washington Statewide Homeland Security Strategic Plan, 2006-2011

  • Washington Infrastructure Protection Plan (WIPP), February 2008


Identify
Identify

  • Infrastructure Protection Sub-Committee

  • Infrastructure Protection Office

  • Washington Military Department

  • Department of Homeland Security

  • Other


Selection criteria
Selection Criteria

  • Developed by:

    • Department of Homeland Security

    • Infrastructure Protection Sub-Committee, Infrastructure Sector Leads

    • Other Customers


Critical infrastructure sectors
Critical Infrastructure Sectors

10 - Health Care & Public Health

11 - Transportation

12 - Water & Wastewater

13 - Monuments & Icons

14 - Commercial Assets

15 - Government Facilities

16 - Dams & Levees

17 - Nuclear Facilities

18- Critical Manufacturing

1 - Agriculture & Food

2 - Banking & Finance

3 - Chemical and Hazmat

4 - Defense Industrial Base

5 - Energy

6 - Emergency Services

7 - Information Technology

8 - Telecommunications

9 - Postal & Shipping


Locate map validating and vetting
Locate - Map(Validating and Vetting)

  • Infrastructure Protection Office, Emergency Management Division

  • Washington National Guard, Washington Military Department


Assessment resources
Assessment Resources

  • WNG

    • 262nd Information Warfare Aggressor Squadron (IWAS)

    • 56th Theater Information Operations Group (TIOG)

    • Critical Infrastructure Protection Vulnerability Assessment Team (CIP Tm)

    • Full Spectrum Integrated Vulnerability Assessment (Former FSIVA Members)

  • Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs (WASPC)


Assessment types
Assessment Types

  • IPO, EMD

    • Buffer Zone

    • CARVER

    • MSHARRPP + V

  • WNG - Other

  • DHS

    • Comprehensive Reviews

    • Top Screen

    • Site Assistance Visit


Assessment support
Assessment Support

  • Washington Joint Analytical Center (WAJAC) – Provides Threat

  • Argonne National Laboratory – Provides Background / History

  • Argonne National Laboratory – Provides Interdependencies Profile

  • Equipment Sub-Committee – Approves Equipment Selection


Protect
Protect

Private Security Force

(SOPS and Policies inside the fence)

Local Law Enforcement

(Buffer Zone Plan outside the fence)

and Local Tactical Plan)

State Law Enforcement

(Support Local Tactical Plan)

Washington National Guard

(Support Local Tactical Plan)


Document protection
Document Protection

  • Protected Critical Infrastructure Information (PCII), DHS

    • Accessed only by authorized and trained individuals

    • Used for analysis of threats, vulnerabilities and other homeland security purposes

    • Protected from disclosure under FOIA and similar State and local disclosure laws

    • Not used directly in civil litigation nor the basis for regulatory action

  • WA IPO Accredited September 21, 2007


Plan protection federal
Plan Protection-Federal

  • Automated Critical Asset Management System – ACAMS, DHS

    • Secure

    • Controlled Access

    • Online data entry and retrieval

    • Inventory

    • Asset Management – Owner

  • Covered by PCII


Plan protection state
Plan Protection-State

RCW 42.56.420

 (1) Those portions of records assembled, prepared, or maintained to prevent, mitigate, or respond to criminal terrorist acts, which are acts that significantly disrupt the conduct of government or of the general civilian population of the state or the United States and that manifest an extreme indifference to human life, the public disclosure of which would have a substantial likelihood of threatening public safety, consisting of:     (a) Specific and unique vulnerability assessments or specific and unique response or deployment plans, including compiled underlying data collected in preparation of or essential to the assessments, or to the response or deployment plans; and     (b) Records not subject to public disclosure under federal law that are shared by federal or international agencies, and information prepared from national security briefings provided to state or local government officials related to domestic preparedness for acts of terrorism;


Thank you

Jeff Parsons

253-512-7065

[email protected]


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