The 5 Pillars of the DHS's Cybersecurity Strategy: Increasing Resilience Across Government Networks and Critical Infrastructure
On May 16, 2018 the Department of Homeland Security released a new strategy to provide the Department with a framework to execute their cybersecurity responsibilities during the next five years. This approach is designed to help them keep pace with the evolving cyber risk landscape by reducing vulnerabilities and building resilience, countering malicious actors in cyberspace, responding to incidents and making the cyber ecosystem more secure and resilient.
This slideshow highlights the key priorities and objectives and goals outlined in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity Strategy including:
- The 5 Pillar's of the DHS-wide risk management approach
- DHS's 7 goals for maximizing its unique resources to accomplish impactful policy and operational outcomes
- 7 guiding principles for ensuring cybersecurity efforts are consistent with our national values
Intelligence Analytics eBook: How DHS & the DOD are Leveraging Intelligence Analytics to Protect the Homeland
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Table of Contents:
- An Overview of Recent Intelligence Analytics Press, News & Developments
- Intelligence Analytics FY19 Budget Highlights
- Sustaining Our Long-Term Competitive Advantage Through Intelligence and Data Analytics by Lieutenant General Jack Shanahan, OUSDI Director for Defense Intelligence (Warfighter Support)
- Leveraging Information and Joint Operations to Enhance the Nation’s Defense by Mr. Gregory Radabaugh, SES, Director, Joint Information Operations Warfare Center
- Battlespace Awareness and Information Operations Program Office (PMW 120) for Intelligence Analytics 2018 Meeting by Tim Anderson, DCGS-N Inc 2 APM (PMW 120), US Navy
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This infographic highlights key components of the President’s 2019 Budget requests of $47.5 billion in net discretionary budget authority for DHS, a $3.4 billion increase from 2018 annualized CR level. Find out:
- Key DHS strategic priorities and areas of investment for FY19
- How the money is allocated between CBP, FEMA, ICE, TSA, USCIS, NPPD, USSS and USCG