aspects of cyber incident preparedness included in the document:
types of cyber incidents likely to occur;
owners and operators;
dependent critical services and related dependencies;
planning for service and system disruptions;
integrated communication and public messaging; and
Developing a cyber
incident response plan.
will host four 60-minute webinars to give an overview of the draft
document and gather feedback from whole community partners. The
sessions will include facilitated discussions with stakeholders to
help improve the existing draft. FEMA seeks input -- especially
real-world case studies -- that can be incorporated into the guide.
The draft guide is available to allow individuals to provide
comments on specific areas within the document. This national
engagement period will conclude at close of business on Nov. 22,
provides stakeholders across the whole community with the
shared vocabulary, systems and processes to successfully deliver
the capabilities described in the National Preparedness
System. It defines operational systems that guide how personnel
work together during incidents.