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1 Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council for Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security 1 The Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council (FSSCC) George S. Hender Chairman Sector Coordinator

2 Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council for Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security 2 Critical Infrastructures Water Transportation Financial Services Energy Emergency Services Government Services Telecommunications Food Defense Industrial Base Chemical Industry Postal & Shipping Agriculture Public Health

3 Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council for Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security 3 PUBLIC SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR US Treasury Deputy Assistant Secretary Critical Infrastructure Protection & Compliance Policy D. Scott Parsons FBIIC CHAIR Financial and Banking Information Infrastructure Committee (FBIIC) US Treasury Department Commodity Futures Trading Commission Conference of State Bank Supervisors Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Federal Housing Finance Board Federal Reserve Board of Governors Homeland Security Council National Association of Insurance Commissioners National Credit Union Administration New York Federal Reserve Bank Office of the Comptroller of the Currency Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight Office of Thrift Supervision Securities and Exchange Commission Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council for CIP/HLS, LLC* (FSSCC) Financial Services Trade Associations & Institutes ChicagoFIRST Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation New York Board of Trade The Clearinghouse Chicago Mercantile Exchange FS/ISAC Securities Industry Automation Corporation The Options Clearing Corporation VISA USA Fannie Mae The Nasdaq Stock Market ASIS International CHAIRMAN SECTOR COORDINATOR George Hender

4 Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council for Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security 4 Scope Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security Mission Foster and facilitate the coordination of financial services sector-wide voluntary activities and initiatives designed to improve Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security. Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council for CIP/HLS, LLC (FSSCC) Financial Services Trade Associations & Institutes ChicagoFIRST Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation New York Board of Trade The Clearinghouse Chicago Mercantile Exchange FS/ISAC Securities Industry Automation Corporation The Options Clearing Corporation VISA USA Fannie Mae The Nasdaq Stock Market ASIS International

5 Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council for Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security 5 FSSCC Members ABA – American Bankers Association ACLI – American Council of Life Insurers AIA – American Insurance Association ASIS – ASIS International ACB – America's Community Bankers BAI – Bank Administration Institute BITS/FSR – BITS and The Financial Services Roundtable ChicagoFIRST Chicago Mercantile Exchange CLS Group CBA – Consumer Bankers Association CUNA – Credit Union National Association DTCC – Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation Fannie Mae FIF – Financial Information Forum FS/ISAC – Financial Services/ Information Sharing & Analysis Center FIA – Futures Industry Association FSTC – Financial Services Technology Consortium ICBA – Independent Community Bankers of America ICI – Investment Company Institute MFA – Managed Funds Association NASD – NASD, Inc. NASDAQ – NASDAQ Stock Market, Inc NAFCU – National Association of Federal Credit Unions NACHA – National Automated Clearinghouse Association NYBOT – New York Board of Trade SIA – Securities Industry Association SIAC/NYSE – Securities Industry Automation Corporation/New York Stock Exchange The BMA – The Bond Market Association The Clearing House The OCC – The Options Clearing Corporation VISA USA – VISA USA, LLC

6 Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council for Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security 6 Objectives for 2006/2007 1.Establish More Permanency in the FSSCC Management Structure. –Current structure - knowledge lost with each leadership transition. –Need to prevent this recurring “brain drain”. –Establish a group consisting of FSSCC and FS/ISAC members to examine ways to address the transition issue and more clearly define the relationship between FSSCC and the FS/ISAC.

7 Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council for Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security 7 Objectives for 2006/2007 2. Improve Information Sharing Between FSSCC and Its Public Sector Partners –Current information flow is too one-sided –Classified briefings a good first step –Work with Treasury to: Improve the FSSCC/FBIIC joint meetings Identify avenues for collaboration with public sector agencies

8 Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council for Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security 8 Objectives for 2006/2007 3.Clarify and Communicate FSSCC’s Role During a Crisis –FSSCC needs to be more engaged with its members during a crisis. –This includes natural disasters and terrorist events. –Early start on major hurricanes –Develop a Disaster Response Protocol (DRP): define “what, how and when” FSSCC will respond in a crisis. Coordinate response/communications with FS/ISAC Coordinate with FS Industry Emergency Calls Coordinate with DHS crisis response/communications

9 Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council for Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security 9 Objectives for 2006/2007 4. Develop and Deploy an Emergency Credential for FSSCC Members –Access after a disaster is a major issue for members –Because of multiple jurisdictions and levels of gov’t agencies “credentialing” will be very challenging. –Research existing credentialing initiatives –Work with Treasury/DHS to develop and deploy an emergency credential for FSSCC members. –No guarantees…having something is better than nothing.

10 Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council for Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security 10 Objectives for 2006/2007 5. Ongoing Focus on Avian Flu Developments and Best Practices –Members universally concerned about being adequately prepared for an outbreak of avian flu. –Wide range of relative preparedness within the sector. –Implemented an Infectious Disease (Avian Flu) Forum to provide an opportunity for collaboration and identification of best practices and current information. Held quarterly Lead by Securities Industry Association (SIA)

11 Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council for Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security 11 Objectives for 2006/2007 6. Implement an Information Campaign Aimed at Key Congressional Staff and Critical Government Agencies. –FSSCC has a great track record; much has been accomplished –Have a great story to tell…need to be sure that key public sector people and critical agencies hear it. –Collaborate with Treasury to develop a strategy –Inform Congress and critical federal agencies regarding FSSCC’s activities.

12 Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council for Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security 12 Objectives for 2006/2007 7. Continue to Promote and Support Regional Coalitions –Mature groups in both New York and Chicago. –Great momentum with new coalitions underway in Florida (Tampa and Miami), Minneapolis, SanFrancisco and Los Angeles. –Efforts are also underway in DC, Houston, Oklahoma City, Las Vegas and Jackson –FSSCC will continue to support regional coalition formation –ChicagoFIRST leading quarterly meetings for existing regional coalitions to provide opportunities for collaboration and coordination of their agendas/activities

13 Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council for Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security 13 Objectives for 2006/2007 8. Build Public Trust and Confidence in the Financial Services Sector. –Value of FSSCC is coordination within the sector and with government - this will lead to better crisis response. –Need to make the sector and public aware of FSSCC. –Develop and implement an information plan to increase awareness of FSSCC and its role.


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