While there are no known or credible threats to New Jersey, the holiday season is marked with numerous festivals, outdoor gatherings, and large-scale events that offer attractive targets for terrorist organizations and extremists. During this presentation, we will discuss current terrorist tactics and trends, as well as threats to critical infrastructure associated with this time of year.
In the latest episode of Intelligence. Unclassified., we continue covering preparedness topics with Senior Planner Matt Kuczynski and State Critical Infrastructure Coordinator Dennis Sample, who explore the intricate and resilient pipeline infrastructure of New Jersey and what impact, if any, the Colonial Pipeline explosion has had on our state.
NJOHSP Director Chris Rodriguez, Deputy Director Dave Weinstein and cybersecurity analysts hosted workshop guests at the New Jersey Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Cell (NJCCIC) located at the Regional Operations Intelligence Center (ROIC) to kick off day 1 of the Cybersecurity Workshop for local government and business in coordination with the US Department of Homeland Security and the Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity (C3) Voluntary Program.
NJOHSP and the New Jersey Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Cell, in coordination with the US Department of Homeland Security and the Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity (C3) Voluntary Program, hosted a cybersecurity workshop for local government and business panel discussions with public and private sector representatives to talk about best practices.