FBI Cyber Shield Alliance: Cyber Shield Alliance (CSA) is an FBI cyber security partnership initiative developed by law enforcement for law enforcement to proactively defend and counter cyber threats against law enforcement networks and critical technologies. CSA encourages law enforcement participation as a force multiplier in defending our national security, while equipping agencies with the training and tools to optimize and defend their own law enforcement networks. For our partners in state and local law enforcement, Cyber Shield Alliance is accessible via the Law Enforcement Enterprise Portal (LEEP).
NW3C provides a nationwide support system for law enforcement and regulatory agencies involved in the prevention, investigation and prosecution of economic and high-tech crime.
NW3C offers classroom training, online training, resources, and webinars that cover topics such as computer forensics, cyber and financial crime investigations and intelligence analysis. In addition to training, NW3C also provides technical assistance to law enforcement agencies handling cases that involve digital evidence, financial records, and intellectual property.
The RISS Secure Cloud (RISSNET) is a sensitive but unclassified (SBU) system that connects disparate systems, provides bidirectional sharing, and offers a single simultaneous search of connected systems. Hundreds of resources (most owned by RISS partners) rely on the RISSNET infrastructure to share millions of records among and between law enforcement personnel from all levels. Currently, more than 80 systems are connected or pending connection to RISSNET. More than 44.2 million records are available through these and other resources.
RISSNET and its related applications have been instrumental in facilitating secure information sharing among law enforcement agencies and officers at all levels of government across the country.
The Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN) is the trusted network for homeland security mission operations to share Sensitive But Unclassified information. Federal, State, Local, Territorial, Tribal, International and Private Sector homeland security partners use HSIN to manage operations, analyze data, send alerts and notices, and in general, share the information they need to do their jobs.