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Critical Risk Identification System (CRIS). United States Department of Agriculture Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Coordination (OHSEC) Physical Security Division. Overview.

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Critical Risk

Identification System (CRIS)

  • United States Department of Agriculture
  • Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Coordination (OHSEC)

Physical Security Division

overview
Overview
  • CRIS is a web-based self assessment tool that leads responders through completing a site summary risk assessment to identify potential risk areas
  • Allows non security professionals to perform a valuable risk assessment with little or no training
  • CRIS is designed to facilitate field data collection

through structure and ease-of-use

  • Much more cost effective than in- person assessments
benefits
Benefits
  • CRIS is a quick, but highly efficient self-assessment tool that builds a framework for analyzing and managing potential risks
  • Comprehensive, structured methodology provides consistent survey response, asset classification and threat assessment
  • The workflow of questions breaks the process down to small, easy to

understand steps. No training required.

    • FAQs are provide on every screen

with help specific to that screen

  • Information will be collected in

a centralized, secure database

ease of use
Ease of Use
  • Types of Questions
    • Questions are template-based. There is a customized assessment template for each type of USDA facility
    • Questions are easy to understand and easy to select answers
  • Assessment checklists can be printed out to facilitate data collection in the field
  • Task lists for each user are automatically created and maintained
  • Every screen has extensive help specific to that page
  • The Facility Security Level (FSL) is established, according to Interagency Security Committee (ISC) 2008 Standards
process overview
Process Overview
  • Assessment Owner will act as System Administrator and will provide oversight and management of the assessment process
  • Agency POC will be responsible for one or more assessments. Personally conducts assessments or assigns the Assessment Responder to conduct assessments
  • Assessment Responder will conduct the site assessment assigned by the Agency POC
  • Security Analyst will review the results of the site surveys, perform risk analysis to develop security reports
  • Assessment Owner will have access to all the reports generated during the assessment process
participating in cris
Participating in CRIS

If you are interested in learning more about CRIS or would like participate in the assessment, please contact any of the following Physical Security Division representatives:

  • Raiza Basilio
  • CRIS System Administrator
  • Office Number: 202-401-0884
  • E-mail: Raiza.Basilio@dm.usda.gov

Justin Sotherden

CRIS Security Analyst

Office Number: 202-306-5013

E-mail: Justin.Sotherden@usda.gov