The Department of Homeland Security’s Critical Infrastructure Learning Series continues to provide one-hour Web-based seminars conducted by senior critical infrastructure protection experts on the tools, trends, issues, and best practices for infrastructure protection and resilience.
Series offerings are available at no-cost and are highly recommended for the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) private sector and government partners, to include critical infrastructure owners and operators, and officials with responsibility for risk, security, and emergency management functions.
To better understand how completing a risk self-assessment can increase the security profile and resilience of your facility, click here to register today for “The Risk Self-Assessment Tool: What’s In It for You?” Webinar, presented live April 4, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. (EST).
The Risk Self-Assessment Tool is a free, easy-to-use Web-based tool created by the Department, in partnership with the private sector, to deliver an all-hazards relative risk assessment for commercial facility owners and operators. When combined with a facility’s specific characteristics (such as usage, size, capacity), the threat analysis and consequence estimate generated by the tool helps owners and operators identify and prioritize where security measures, procedures, or staff training might be needed – thereby helping managers put their security resources to better use.