“Observed in November, Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month recognizes the vital role that critical infrastructure plays in our nation’s way of life and why it is important to expand and reinforce critical infrastructure security and resilience. By raising awareness of the importance of security the assets, systems, and networks we count on every day, we can build on the great work of this public-private partnership and further enhance security and resilience of our critical infrastructure”.

 

How can you get involved?

  • Get involved with the Hometown Security initiative to ensure that you and your community are prepared for any and all incidents.
  • Get more information on important cybersecurity efforts to protect yourself from cyberattacks.
  • Learn more about what critical infrastructure is and how it is important to our daily lives.
  • Share stories and information about your efforts to support infrastructure security and resilience with your customers, constituents, partners, residents, and employees through newsletters, websites, emails, blog posts, and tweets.
  • Reinforce the role your organization/office plays in infrastructure security and resilience by incorporating references to Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month in speaking engagements and events.
  • Follow @DHSgov on Twitter, and post infrastructure security and resilience efforts, tips, news, and resources on social media using the hashtag #infrastructure.
  • Download the Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month Toolkit to learn more on how you can help promote awareness of the importance of critical infrastructure.
  • Download a printer-friendly fact sheet explaining what Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month is that you can hand out at your event or meeting.

Americans can do their part at home, at work, and in their local communities by being prepared for all hazards, reporting suspicious activities, and learning more about critical infrastructure security and resilience.


Charlevoix, Cheboygan, Emmet County Office of Emergency Management P.O. Box 480, Petoskey, MI 49770 855-515-1624