The Federal Network Resilience Division, within the Office of Cybersecurity and Communications of the Department of Homeland Security, is "responsible for collaborating with departments and agencies across the federal government to strengthen the operational security of the '.gov' networks. As part of those efforts, the division leads the DHS initiative related to DNSSEC."
The Division manages the annual Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002 reporting process and takes an active approach toward evaluating agencies' compliance with the President's cybersecurity initiatives. Further, it conducts information security assessments at selected Federal agencies.
- ↑ Communications Networks: Outcome-Based Measures Would Assist DHS in Assessing Effectiveness of Cybersecurity Efforts, at 18.