Secure our Elections: Build Resilience into our Democratic Processes
The protection of election infrastructure is essential to our country’s national security. Through concentrated efforts to maintain best practices for both the physical and cybersecurity of elections, CISA and election officials can help ensure that our elections remain safe, secure, and resilient.
Build Security and Resilience into Critical Infrastructure
Investment in our nation’s critical infrastructure is vital to build resilience and increase security against potential threats and disruptions. The historic infrastructure bill in conjunction with federal programs are key to enhancing infrastructure resiliency and furthering mitigation initiatives.
Plan for Soft Target Security: Build in Security for Mass Gatherings Starting With Your Planning
During this Infrastructure Security Month, take a moment for introspection and consider what practices you and your organization have in place to reduce the risk of security threats at a mass gathering event.
IEM Insights: Key Resiliency Components of the Infrastructure Bill
Not only will this bill provide needed resources and authority to help rebuild America’s roads, bridges and rail, and also improve access to clean water and high-speed internet and focus on resilience and climate adaptation in an equitable way.
Interconnected and Interdependent Critical Infrastructure: Shared risk means building in shared responsibility
In today’s globally interconnected world our critical infrastructure face an array of risks when it comes to cybersecurity. Creating a data breach response plan helps manage risk and decrease severity of breaches.
Communities Are Stronger When Youth is Disaster Ready
By educating America’s youth about disaster preparedness, we can empower them with knowledge and skills to lessen their anxieties pre-disaster and build their confidence in contributing to their family and community’s emergency preparedness.
Low-Cost, No-Cost Preparedness
While disaster planning and preparedness efforts can be a significant expense, there are a variety of no-cost, low-cost measures available, proving disaster preparedness lies within reach of any budget.
Build a Disaster Supply Kit
If the foundation of preparedness is a planning or a plan, the centerpiece of preparedness is the disaster supply kit. A kit that includes basic essentials and is specifically catered to you and your family’s needs will significantly ease the burdens of an emergency and its aftermath.
Make a Plan: Building A Culture of Disaster Readiness
With the proper planning, individuals, and families can increase their personal resiliency against disasters and other emergencies.
Hurricane Katrina’s Impact on National Disaster Response and Policy
Louisiana and the Gulf Coast are once again in the crosshairs of a hurricane as we observe the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Our thoughts and prayers are with the people and communities of Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, and others inland who might be impacted by Hurricane Ida over the next several days.