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Public-Private Sector Intelligence Coordination

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Citation Edit

National Infrastructure Advisory Council, Public-Private Sector Intelligence Coordination (July 2006) (full-text).

Overview Edit

The National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC) in its report entitled "Public-Private Sector Intelligence Coordination" identified the value to the nation of private sector information sharing and analysis through four case studies. The report reviewed information sharing and analysis during four events: the August 2003 Blackout, the July 2004 Financial Services Threat Alert, the July 2005 London Bombings, and the October 2005 New York Public Transit Threat Alert.

Lessons learned Edit

The report cited conclusions and lessons learned from these four events, including:

  • During the London bombing incidents, DHS and other government information shared with critical infrastructure owner/operators lagged between three and four hours compared to information disseminated by the ISACs with the notable exception of NYPD Shield. In addition, initial reporting to other possibly affected sectors was from the PT/ST-ISAC.

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