DSAC Resources

The FBI and DHS also provide a variety of free resources for corporate, public use. These resources are additional tools DSAC member companies can use to help tackle security issues and maintain a strong security posture within their organizations.

DHS Office of Intelligence and Analysis (I&A) Private Sector Engagement – Learn more about DHS I&A’s private sector engagement initiatives including the Public-Private Analytic Exchange Program (AEP) and upcoming Corporate Security Symposiums.

AEP Deliverables – Read unclassified products written jointly by analysts and security professionals from the public and private sectors on select national security and homeland security issues.

CISA Insider Risk Mitigation Self-Assessment Tool – Assess a company’s vulnerability to insider threats.

CISA Stop Ransomware – Seek tools to help prevent attacks that can severely impact business processes and leave organizations without the data they need to operate and deliver mission-critical services.

CISA Stuff off Search – Get your Stuff Off Search (S.O.S.) and reduce internet attack surfaces that are visible to anyone on web-based search platforms.

CISA Tabletop Exercises Package – Seek assistance in conducting tabletop exercises, and initiate discussions internally on addressing a variety of threat scenarios. 

FBI Report: Making Prevention a Reality – Assess and manage the threat of targeted violence using concrete strategies to help communities prevent these types of incidents.

FBI Report: A Study of Pre-Attack Behaviors of Active Shooters in the US – Identify, assess, and manage those who may be on the pathway to violence by the examination of specific behaviors that may precede an attack.

FBI Podcast: Inside the FBI (Counterterrorism) – Hear about the changing nature of the terror threat and how the public can help prevent violence. 

FBI Article: Applying Counterterrorism Tools to Prevent Acts of Targeted Violence – Read about Counterterrorism tools from the FBI’s Behavioral Threat Assessment Center.

FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center – File an internet crime complaint.

InfraGard - InfraGard is a partnership between the FBI and individual members of the private sector that provides a vehicle of public-private collaboration.