DSAC Member Portal
DSAC's strategic collaboration with the private sector enhances communication and promotes effective exchange of information in order to prevent, detect, and investigate criminal acts, particularly those affecting interstate commerce, while advancing the ability of the U.S. private sector to protect its employees, assets, infrastructure, and proprietary information. The DSAC Member Portal supports this mission by providing timely, actionable, and relevant information to our members.
Since 2008, the Department of Homeland Security has partnered with the Domestic Security Alliance Council. Together, FBI and DHS continue to engage in meaningful dialogue with our private sector partners to protect the people of the United States, and its interests.
- Education and Training,
- Membership and Engagement
- Information Sharing and Communication
- Industry Threat
- Senior Advisory
From the EWG
Here is a quick note from your Committee Chairs:
Strategic Planning & Operations: Kevin Lampeter, HSBC
“I’m honored to serve in this capacity and I look forward to working with the committee on formalizing the strategic vision for DSAC in 2016.”
Intelligence & Threats: Rich Davis, United Airlines
“We’ve made progress with DSAC this past year, and your Intel & Threats Committee is working closely with the DPO to provide critical feedback on DSAC Intelligence and Analysis products and to insure we improve the process in which critical information is shared with the private sector.”
Education and Training: Ron Iden, Disney
“After a successful conference in 2015, we are hard at work planning the 2016 Annual conference as well as working on enhancing and revitalizing the programs for the DSAC Executive Academy."
Governance & Nominating: Mark Bullock, Commonwealth Edison
“We’ve instituted a more streamlined membership acceptance process that enables us to more effectively evaluate potential DSAC members. In addition, we will continue to make adjustments and improvements as needed as well as ensuring that the security clearance process continues to work well for our membership."
We look forward to a very successful 2016 as we work to enhance the value and capabilities that DSAC brings to you every day….
FBI Director Wray
"...We all want the same thing -- To protect our nation's innovation, our infrastructure, and above all, our people, from those who would do us harm. There's strength in that common bond, that shared purpose. There's strength in unity. The threats may be daunting, but together, I like our chances." Remarks to the private sector in Dallas, Texas 9/25/2017.
Secretary, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Alejandro Mayorkas was sworn in as Secretary of the Department of Homeland Secretary by President Biden on February 2, 2021.
Mayorkas is the first Latino and immigrant confirmed to serve as Secretary of Homeland Security. He has led a distinguished 30-year career as a law enforcement official and a nationally-recognized lawyer in the private sector. Mayorkas served as the Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security from 2013 to 2016, and as the Director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services from 2009 to 2013. During his tenure at DHS, he led the development and implementation of DACA, negotiated cybersecurity and homeland security agreements with foreign governments, led the Department’s response to Ebola and Zika, helped build and administer the Blue Campaign to combat human trafficking, and developed an emergency relief program for orphaned youth following the tragic January 2010 earthquake in Haiti. Mayorkas also created the Fraud Detection and National Security Directorate to better ensure the integrity of the legal immigration system.
Mayorkas began his government service in the Department of Justice, where he served as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Central District of California, specializing in the prosecution of white collar crime. After nearly nine years as a federal prosecutor, he became the youngest United States Attorney in the nation, overseeing prosecutions of national significance, including the investigation and prosecution of financial fraud, violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, public corruption, violent crime, cybercrime, environmental crime, international money laundering, and securities fraud.
Mayorkas received his bachelor’s degree with distinction from the University of California at Berkeley and a law degree from Loyola Law School.