The Georgia Bureau of Investigation’s (GBI) Child Exploitation and Computer Crimes Unit (CEACC) is the host agency for the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC TF) for the state of Georgia.
This installment of Buzz in the ISE focuses on hot information sharing and safeguarding topics that span all manner of media from print to film to radio. It’s the multimedia edition! Let’s get right to it: Fusion Centers Can Play Vital Role in Promoting Cybersecurity, Governors’ Association Says
Highlights from the International Justice and Public Safety Network (Nlets) Annual Business Meeting in Boise, Idaho
Earlier this month, federal and state International Justice and Public Safety Network (Nlets) representatives and industry partners convened in Boise, Idaho for the Nlets Annual Business Meeting. Traditionally, this annual meeting has been a great opportunity for members and industry partners to hear about the latest developments at Nlets, learn current industry standards, and collaborate with colleagues from around the country.
The National Capital Region (NCR) is a collection of sovereign jurisdictions, including cities, counties, states and the District of Columbia. As regional locales go, the NCR is a fairly complicated one. It encompasses not only Washington, D.C., but Montgomery and Prince George’s counties in Maryland; Arlington, Fairfax, Loudon, and Price William counties in Virginia.
Protecting the Department of Defense's (DoD) most critical infrastructure is essential to our nation's security and overall mission success around the world.
From June 16th – June 19th of this year, the Northeast Regional Intelligence Group (NRIG), sponsored by the National Fusion Center Association, convened in Jersey City to share best practices on information sharing. Dubbed “Cyber Thursday,” the second day of the three day conference included a variety of presentations on integrating cybersecurity into states’ Fusion Centers. We were on hand to share our early experiences of this integration in the State of New Jersey a
Summer is in full swing across the ISE and every other year that means one thing: The World Police and Fire Games are underway. From 26 June through 1 July, 70 countries send 12,000 athletes to compete in 1,600 medal events across 53 venues across the Washington, D.C. metro area. The second-largest international sporting event only to the Summer Olympics – the World Police and Fire Games bring together the best professional guardians of public safety the world over for top-notch amateur athletics.
The ISE Common Profile is a means to standardize the way a modular component profile or an information interoperability profile is documented and aligned with the ISE Information Interoperability Framework (I2F) (stay tuned for a future blog post in which we will discuss the relationship between the two documents).
An important aspect of my job as the Program Manager is engagement and outreach to various communities with interests in the ISE. On May 28th, I had the opportunity to moderate a panel, Building an ISE: Lessons from the US Experience, at the 2015 Canadian Privacy Symposium hosted by the International Association of Privacy Professionals in Toronto, Canada.
As America’s information sharing needs expand to meet evolving threats to national security, so does the work of PM-ISE’s information sharing professionals. A typical week in the ISE is varied and challenging. In this first edition of “This Week in Information Sharing,” we’re highlighting our outreach efforts to the national security community.