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Intelligence Information Sharing: Final Report and Recommendations

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National Infrastructure Advisory Council, Intelligence Information Sharing: Final Report and Recommendations (Jan. 10, 2012) (full-text).

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Information sharing is perhaps the most important factor in the protection and resilience of critical infrastructure. Information on threats to infrastructure and their likely impact underlies nearly every security decision made by owners and operators, including which assets to protect, how to make operations more resilient, how to plan for potential disasters, when to ramp up to higher levels of security, and how to respond in the immediate aftermath of a disaster.

The Council looked at intelligence information flowing from the Federal Government to critical infrastructure owners and operators as well as risk information flowing from critical infrastructure owners and operators to the government.

The study revealed the complex ways information is gathered, analyzed, packaged, and shared among government and the owners and operators of critical infrastructures.

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