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The DHS is responsible for responding to domestic cybersecurity incidents and has made cybersecurity one of its five most important mission areas. Most versions of cybersecurity reform envision greatly expanding DHS’s cyber responsibilities. EDIT PLAYLIST INFORMATION DELETE PLAYLIST

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  1. 1 Show/Hide More National Cyber Incident Response Plan, Interim Version, September 2010
    This document delineates the responsibilities among U.S. agencies in the event of a domestic cyber-incident. It demonstrates the number of agencies involved and the detailed interplay between them.
  2. 2 Show/Hide More Homeland Security Presidential Directive 5 , 28 February 2003
    This directive establishes the DHS as the lead agency to respond to domestic incidents, including acts of terrorism and disasters.
  3. 3 Show/Hide More Blueprint for a Secure Cyber Future, DHS, “How We Will Protect Critical Information Infrastructure” and “How We Will Strengthen the Cyber Ecosystem”2, December 2011
    This document provides a path to create a safer, more resilient cyber environment, and describes two areas for action: protecting critical information infrastructure and building a stronger cyber ecosystem. The goals for protecting critical information infrastructure are reducing exposure to cyber risk, ensuring priority response and recovery, maintaining shared situational awareness, and increasing cyber-resilience. The goals for strengthening the cyber ecosystem are empowering users to operate securely, implementing trustworthy protocols, building collaborative communities, and establishing transparent processes.
  4. 4 Show/Hide More Memorandum of Understanding Between the Department of Homeland Security and the National Security Administration Regarding Cyberspace, October 2010
    This MoU sets forth terms for the sharing of resources between DHS and NSA to support the U.S. Cybersecurity effort, including the co-locating of both NSA and CYBERCOM units within DHS’s National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center.

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May 21, 2013

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