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2 1 “Integrity First, Service Before Self, Excellence In What We Do” In The Great State of Idaho

3 2 VISION A safe, secure, and resilient national infrastructure through a constitutional process jointly with the public sector, private industry, and citizen partnerships.

4 3 CIP INFORMATION SPECIALIST CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PREPAREDNESS Presentation for SERGANT SAUER By Applicant - ROBERT D. MUSE October 6, 2010 Community Private Industry Public Sector

5 4 GOALS 1. Understand and share risk and other information about terrorist threats and other hazards to our national CI/KR. 2. Build and sustain effective CI/KR partnerships and coordination mechanisms. 3. Build and implement a sustainable, national CI/KR risk-management program. 4. Ensure efficient use of resources for KI/KR risk reduction. 5. Provide a foundation for continuously improving national CI/KR preparedness. 6. Promote an OIP culture of organizational excellence and a quality work environment that value and support our workforce.

6 5 Identify - Prioritize – Protect Citizen Public Sector Private Sector

7 6 MISSION Lead the coordinated national effort to reduce the risk to our critical infrastructures and key resources posed by acts of terrorism, as well as enable national preparedness, timely response and rapid recovery in the event of an attack, natural disaster or other emergency.

8 7 AGENDA Office of Infrastructure Protection (OIP) Infrastructure Information Collection Division (IICD) Infrastructure Information Collection Program (IICP) Automated Critical Asset Management System (ACAMS) Infrastructure Data Warehouse (IDW) Integrated Common Analytical Viewer (ICAV) Risk Analysis and Management for Critical Asset Protection (RAMCAP) Vulnerability Identification Self-Assessment Tool (VISAT)

9 8 Overview of Risk Analysis CIP INFORMATION SPECIALIST will take part in CI/KR site, security and vulnerability assessments in support of local jurisdictions, state agencies and private partners. Aid in the development and coordination Sector-Specific Working Groups at the state level to enhance information sharing and collection activities. Will become a subject matter expert in the eighteen (18) Sector- Specific Plans and ACAMS.

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11 10 Healthcare and Public Health: One Aspect of Critical Infrastructure 18 CIKR sectors - HPH, led by HHS, one of Many sectors rely on HPH assets and services to ensure resiliency in face of threats Emergenc y Services Defense Industrial Base Governmen t Facilities Postal and Shipping Agriculture and Food Commercial Nuclear Reactors, Materials, and Waste Drinking Water & Water Treatment Systems Chemical National Monuments and Icons Information Technology Energy Banking and Finance Dams Tele- communications Transportation Systems Healthcare and Public Health Commercial Facilities Healthcare and Public Health Critical Manufacturing #18

12 11 Infrastructure Analysis & Response Section Primary & Secondary Agents for all sectors ACAMS monitoring for CI/KR for Idaho Site Assessment Visits (SAV) for CI/KR Sites Protected Critical Infrastructure Information (PCII) Development of the MIPP Assist with the development of Safety Plans Assist with drills and training employees/ students Response/Assist Team-provide AAR Facilitate (DHS) Special Events data call. Facilitate (DHS) Tier 1 and Tier 2 data call for critical infrastructure.

13 12 NIPP Operational Framework Detail the national architecture we will use to protect our CI/KR sectors (governance, information sharing, risk analysis, protective measures, and performance measurement) Provide a clear division of labor between IP and our Federal State, local, tribal, and private sector partners Form the basis for a risk-based CI/KR protection requirements determination and prioritization process Inform the annual Federal budget process in the IP mission area

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16 15 QUARTERLY NEWSLETTER WINTER 2010   Idaho Bureau of Homeland Security   Col. Bill Shawver, Director, Idaho   Mitigation Program Update   Public Safety Communications   In FY 2009 Idaho received 9 federal grants totaling $12,299,   The Idaho Statewide Interoperability   Executive Council (SIEC) and Idaho’s statewide   Emergency response stakeholders

17 16 Homeland Security Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report for 24 September 2010 Top Story  According to the Charleston Daily Mail, executives from the DuPont plant in Belle, West Virginia indicated that more than 160,000 pounds of methanol liquid was dumped into the Kanawha River over a 24- hour period.

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19 18 CIP INL Methodologies  Awareness and Alertness  Unassailability  Risk Analysis, Risk Assessment, Risk Management  Information Protection Assurance (Availability, Integrity, Confidentiality, Accountability)  Intrusion Detection/Monitoring, Tracking, Digital forensics, Packet Tagging, Scanning  Surveillance, Auditing, Evaluating and Testing  Information Survivability and Recovery  Identification, e.g., using pass cards and biometrics  Threat Prevention, e.g., using bomb detection and thermal imaging scanners  Predictive Analysis Techniques/algorithms

20 19 Pandemic Influenza Three influenza pandemics occurred in the 20th century and killed tens of millions of people. pandemics Society Awareness Closed Schools Vaccine Shortage Civil Anxiety

21 Top Three Infrastructure Facts And Concerns: Roads - Bridges - Wastewater Key Infrastructure Facts Key Infrastructure Facts  20% of Idaho’s bridges are structurally deficient or functionally obsolete.  There are 107 high hazard dams in Idaho. A high hazard dam is defined as a dam whose failure would cause a loss of life and significant property damage.  9 of Idaho’s 569 dams are in need of rehabilitation to meet applicable state dam safety standards.  13% of high hazard dams in Idaho have no have no emergency action plan (EAP). An EAP is a predetermined plan of action to be taken including roles, responsibilities and procedures for surveillance, notification and evacuation to reduce the potential for loss of life and property damage in an area affected by a failure or mis-operation of a dam.  Idaho’s drinking water infrastructure needs an investment of $727 million over the next 20 years.  Idaho ranked 41st in the quantity of hazardous waste produced and 43rd in the total number of hazardous waste producers.  Idaho’s ports handled 1 million tons of waterborne traffic in 2005, ranking it 39th in the nation.  25% of Idaho’s major roads are in poor or mediocre condition.  40% of Idaho’s major urban highways are congested.  Vehicle travel on Idaho’s highways increased 60% from 1990 to  Idaho has $444 million in wastewater infrastructure needs.

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23 22 Automated Critical Asset Management System (ACAMS)   Automated Critical Asset Management System (ACAMS) is a secure, Web-based information services portal used to support infrastructure protection efforts at the state and local level. It provides access to a comprehensive set of tools and resources to develop and implement CIP (Critical Infrastructure Protection) programs.   While ACAMS focuses on pre-incident prevention and protection it also assists in post-incident response. ACAMS leverages the close relationship between local law enforcement, first responders and asset owner/operators. CIKR owners/operators are a key partner in planning and use of ACAMS and its success depends on Public/Private Partnerships. State and local personnel interact daily with CIKR (Critical Infrastructure Key Resources) owners and operators to maintain detailed, accurate infrastructure data.

24 23 Benefits of ACAMS ACAMS provides a set of tools and resources to help law enforcement, public safety and emergency response personnel by: Collecting and using CIKR asset data Assess CIKR asset vulnerabilities Develop all-hazards incident response and recovery plans Enables First responders to know the assets response plans Provides for the input of assets floor plans/diagrams/images Takes the guess work out of responding to an incident Build public-private partnerships Saves lives

25 24 ACAMS USERS State and local emergency responders Infrastructure protection planners Homeland security officials Public safety (police & fire) Emergency managers

26 25 SAV Team SAV Team The assessment tool utilized by the CAAT teams (Critical Asset Assessment Teams) was developed by DHS and is known as the SAV (Site Assistance Visit). The SAV process brings together owners and operators with other security partners in developing joint mitigation strategies and facilitates the sharing of information. The SAV process is flexible and applicable across all 18 identified CI/KR sectors.

27 26 SAV Definition The SAV is designed to facilitate vulnerability identification and mitigation discussions between the CAAT members and the site owner/operator. The SAV is an information gathering visit. The visit is non- regulatory and is not an inspection and there is no pass-fail grade given. At the end of the SAV, an out briefing will be conducted and a completed report will be given to the asset owner. All hazards approach assessment The asset population into ACAMS can also be a part of the SAV visit.

28 27 Robert D. Muse Generalist to Specialist Generalist to Specialist Building partnerships providing support and opportunities to achieve community economic goals, needs, capacities, intentions, and responsibility for decisions.

29 28 Specializations  TASER, Certified Instructor exp certification  Idaho Concealed Weapons Permit exp  NRA 2007 Level Two Tactical Shooting certification  Wackenhut & DEI Security-Baton and ASP certification  Wackenhut & DEI Security OC pepper spray certification  Wackenhut G4S Custom Protection Officer certification  P.O.S.T. Idaho Certified Peace Officer 2000  P.O.S.T. Deputy Sheriff-Certified Law Enforcement Officer  P.O.S.T. Medic First Aid  P.O.S.T. Level 1 Detention, P.O.S.T. Graduation Certificate  P.O.S.T. Defensive Aerosol Weapons Instructor Course  P.O.S.T. Ground Control Techniques Instructor Ground Combat  P.O.S.T. CPR 

30 29 Awards Two awards as a Security Officer for yearly quarter. Letters of recommendations Professional References Personal References Employment Evaluations Reports

31 30 Military  USAF. Phase 2 Human Relations Education and Drug /Alcohol, Mather AFB  USAF. Air Base Ground Defense Academy, Camp Bullis, Texas  USAF. Security Specialist Academy, Lackland AFB, Texas  USAF. Leadership School, Lackland AFB, Texas 320th SAC Bombardment Wing - Nuclear Security Police Forces 320th SAC Bombardment Wing - Nuclear Security Police Forces

32 31 College  Post Graduate Mental Health Professional Specialty Certificate for Addictions Counseling program.  Master of Science Degree- GPA 3.75, Human Services, Public Safety, and Criminal Justice combined specializations.  Master of Science Degree- GPA 3.75, Human Services, Public Safety, and Criminal Justice combined specializations.  Colorado Technical University- GPA 3.69, Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice.  Criminal Justice Professional Specialty Certificates Crime Scene Investigations, legal studies, Court Process, Corrections Technician and Law Enforcement Skills.  Criminal Justice Professional Specialty Certificates Crime Scene Investigations, legal studies, Court Process, Corrections Technician and Law Enforcement Skills.

33 32 THE END - THANK YOU  Posse comitatus is Latin for “the force of the country” and refers to the English common law doctrine that empowered the local sheriff to summon able-bodied men to help enforce the law in an emergency situation.  The Act came about due to the use of federal troops in the Southern States to assist civilian law enforcement of the Reconstruction Act of 1867, following the American Civil War. It originally only applied to the United States Army, but was extended in 1947 to the Air Force (the Department of Defense now views the Act as applying to all services).

34 33 CIP LINKS 1. CIP - Security in the Information Age: New Challenges, New Strategies CIP - Security in the Information Age: New Challenges, New Strategies CIP - Security in the Information Age: New Challenges, New Strategies 2. NTIA - Critical Infrastructure Protection NTIA - Critical Infrastructure Protection NTIA - Critical Infrastructure Protection 3. CIP Related Links by NTIA CIP Related Links by NTIA CIP Related Links by NTIA 4. NIST‘S CIP Grants Program NIST‘S CIP Grants Program NIST‘S CIP Grants Program 5. MIPT - Links: Infrastructure Protection/Computer Security MIPT - Links: Infrastructure Protection/Computer Security MIPT - Links: Infrastructure Protection/Computer Security 6. TNO FEL -Critical Infrastructure Protection TNO FEL -Critical Infrastructure Protection TNO FEL -Critical Infrastructure Protection 7. Critical Infrastructure Protection and the Endangerment of Civil Liberties Critical Infrastructure Protection and the Endangerment of Civil Liberties Critical Infrastructure Protection and the Endangerment of Civil Liberties 8. Infrastructure Protection Resources Infrastructure Protection Resources Infrastructure Protection Resources 9. Critical Infrastructure Protection and the Endangerment of Civil Liberties Critical Infrastructure Protection and the Endangerment of Civil Liberties Critical Infrastructure Protection and the Endangerment of Civil Liberties 10. IWS - Articles on Critical Infrastructure Protection/Information Assurance IWS - Articles on Critical Infrastructure Protection/Information Assurance IWS - Articles on Critical Infrastructure Protection/Information Assurance 11. Office of Critical Infrastructure Protection and Emergency Preparedness (OCIPEP) Office of Critical Infrastructure Protection and Emergency Preparedness (OCIPEP) Office of Critical Infrastructure Protection and Emergency Preparedness (OCIPEP) 12. Critical Infrastructure Protection Project (CIP Project) Critical Infrastructure Protection Project (CIP Project) Critical Infrastructure Protection Project (CIP Project) 13. CCIP - Center for critical Infrastructure Protection CCIP - Center for critical Infrastructure Protection CCIP - Center for critical Infrastructure Protection 14. International Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP) Handbook International Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP) Handbook International Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP) Handbook 15. GAO - Combating Terrorism - Actions Needed to Guide Services’ Antiterrorism Efforts at Installations GAO - Combating Terrorism - Actions Needed to Guide Services’ Antiterrorism Efforts at Installations GAO - Combating Terrorism - Actions Needed to Guide Services’ Antiterrorism Efforts at Installations 16. NI2 Center for Infrastructure Expertise, Critical Infrastructure Library NI2 Center for Infrastructure Expertise, Critical Infrastructure Library NI2 Center for Infrastructure Expertise, Critical Infrastructure Library 17. Idaho National Laboratory Critical Infrastructure Test Range Idaho National Laboratory Critical Infrastructure Test Range Idaho National Laboratory Critical Infrastructure Test Range 18. Critical Infrastructure Sectors Critical Infrastructure Sectors Critical Infrastructure Sectors


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