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Securing Indiana’s cyber infrastructure is a public safety priority, but it cannot be accomplished by any one entity alone. The Indiana Critical Infrastructure/Cybersecurity Series (“CICS”) is an HSEEP-compliant public-private partnership exercise series that explores emergency management practices where cybersecurity and critical infrastructure intersect. Overseen by the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, the Indiana Office of Technology and the Indiana Army National Guard, CICS exercises enable participants to improve their understanding of cyber risk, identify the capabilities needed to improve their cybersecurity posture, and leverage new types of resources for preparedness and response.
CICS 2016-2017 is designed as a progressively sophisticated series of exercises that gradually build the capabilities necessary to achieve cybersecurity. This year’s project will focus primarily on small to medium-sized “lifeline” critical infrastructure organizations, as well as local government and emergency management agencies.