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  1. XI IX Critical Infrastructure Protection Program 1

  2. What is Critical Infrastructure Critical Infrastructure and key resources are any assets that the destruction or exploitation of which can cause • Adverse health effects or large mass casualties • Impair Federal departments and agencies’ • Undermine State and local government • Damage the private sector’s capability to deliver essential services • Have a negative effect on the economy • Undermine the public’s morale and confidence

  3. Agriculture & Food Banking & Finance Chemical Commercial Facilities Dams Defense Industrial Base Emergency Services Energy Government Facilities Manufacturing Information Technology National Monuments & Icons Nuclear Postal & shipping Public Health & Healthcare Telecommunications Transportation Water & Waste CI/KR Sectors

  4. XI IX InFraGard • The InfraGard program is designed to address the need for a private and public-sector information sharing mechanism at both national and local levels. Its objectives are as follows: • Provide forum for education and training on infrastructure vulnerabilities and protection measures; • Provide threat advisories, alerts, and warnings; • Increase the quantity and quality of infrastructure intrusion/threat reports provided to local FBI field offices • increase interaction and information sharing among • InfraGard members, their associated local • FBI field offices, and the TNOHS

  5. HSIN-TN provides users with the following capabilities and access: • Alerts and Notifications • Suspicious Incident Reports • Request for Information (RFI) • Be On the Look Out (BOLO) • Information and Document Sharing Library • Current DHS/FBI Intelligence Bulletins and Assessments • TN Fusion Center Assessments • Significant Events and Dates Calendar • JABBER (secure, instant messenger) • Hot Links to: TRIPwire, HOMEPORT and DHS-Common Operational Picture • Exercise and Training Calendar • TN Incident Map

  6. Critical Infrastructure Protection Program Indicators of Potential Terrorist Activity Understanding the Threat Public and Private Sector Partnerships Information Sharing Pre-Incident and Emergency Planning Suggested Protective Measures CIP Seminar CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION Handbook Protecting Critical Infrastructure begins and ends with YOU. Public and private parternership working together to protect Tennessee

  7. IS-860 National Infrastructure Protection Plan (NIPP) Course Overview • The purpose of this course is to introduce the National Infrastructure Protection Plan (NIPP). http://www.training.fema.gov/emiweb/IS/is860.asp • Course Objectives • Explain the importance of protecting critical infrastructure and key resources (CI/KR). • Identify the relevant authorities and roles for CI/KR protection efforts. • Describe the NIPP unifying structure for the integration of CI/KR protection efforts, including: • Sector security partnership model. • Risk management framework. • Information sharing process • Primary Audience • The course is intended for DHS and other Federal staff responsible for implementing the NIPP, and Tribal, State, local and private sector emergency management professionals.  The course is also designed to teach potential security partners about the benefits of participating in the NIPP. • You can access a copy of the NIPP by clicking on the following link: http://www.dhs.gov/xlibrary/assets/NIPP_Plan.pdf

  8. Conclusion • An effective Critical Infrastructure Program: • requires a cross functional participation LE/ EMA/ Fire/ Public works etc. as well as the private sector • critical to our ability to collect, exploit, and disseminate intelligence and information • is essential to preventing and protection against attacks

  9. Questions? Scott Duke / Mike Zelnik Critical Infrastructure Protection Division (615) 741-3976 http://www.state.tn.us/homelandsecurity