DHS Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report

On January 25, we blogged that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report has been summarily discontinued. This report provided a daily curated selection of articles/links/summaries to open source articles about various areas of U.S. critical infrastructure.

Department of Homeland Security Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report for 05 december 2007 current nationwide threat Level is For info click here

– 1 – Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report 18 January 2017 . Top Stories Enbridge Energy, Inc. officials reported January 14 that 15,330 gallons of crude oil leaked from a 22-inch pipeline near Everton, Missouri. – KYTV 3 Springfield (See item 1) Toyota Motor Corporation issued a recall January 13 for 543,000 of its model years 2006 –

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Effective January 18, 2017, the Office of Infrastructure Protection (IP) is discontinuing the DHS Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report.

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Department of Homeland Security Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report for 09 March 2007 Current nationwide threat level is For info click here http://www.dhs.gov/

The DHS Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report covers the publicly reported material for the preceding day(s) not previously covered. This weekly summary provides a selection of those items of greatest significance to the InfoSec professional.

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Effective January 18, 2017, the Office of Infrastructure Protection (IP) is discontinuing the DHS Daily Open Source Infrastructure Report. The discontinuation of this report is part of broader efforts to more efficiently focus resources towards the highest priority needs of the critical infrastructure security and resilience community.

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The Houston Chapter of InfraGard provides members of the Critical Infrastructure community a means to share information to prevent, protect, and defend against hostile acts against Critical Infrastructure and Key Resources (CIKR). Members will find access to a number of resources that are used on a day to day basis, and find a number of communication portals to assist in protecting critical.