News & Upcoming Events
he Ebola Response Update provided during the webinar last week provided useful and timely information from the Office of Preparedness and Response within the Department of Health and Human Services, as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the DHS Office of Health Affairs.
We are all busy “fighting the good fight” to keep our infrastructure, organizations and communities safe and secure. On behalf of Assistant Secretary Durkovich and our partners at the Department of Homeland Security, I am pleased to share with you some tips and tools that will help you raise awareness.
During the Month of November there are some really neat toolkits attached for you to use, and share, with your own stakeholder groups to help promote the following three important focus areas of the upcoming month. Namely: Critical Infrastructure and Resilience Month, Native American Heritage Month, and Veteran’s Day.
Our program is entitled ‘Planning for Pandemics - an Informational / Update Meeting’. Our featured speakers are Dr. Amesh Adalja, an epidemiologist from UPMC, Special Agent Phil Smith from the Pittsburgh office of the FBI, Alvin Henderson from Allegheny County Emergency Services, Tom Mangan from the Allegheny County Health Department, and Byron Harriger from the Allegheny County Airport Authority.
PRBC for Homeland Security's Members Meeting on December 10th, 2014
You and your colleagues are invited to the InfraGard Pittsburgh Summer Social and Technology Roundtable
The 2014-15 season for the Pittsburgh Chapter of ISSA begins on Friday September 12th.
SEPTEMBER MEETING - The September meeting of the Three Rivers Contingency.
FBI Flash: FBI Liaison Alert System and Backoff Malware: Infection Assessment
With hot heat, there is always a myriad of safety measures to keep in mind.
EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED - AND PLAN ACCORDINGLY By Oliver S. Schmidt. The first warning was an e-mail from a regional sales rep alerting management at headquarters that a reporter from a TV station in another state had visited a customer facility where the company’s equipment was in use.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and police in Pittsburgh and Mount Lebanon are searching for a missing portable gauge containing sealed sources of radioactive material. The device is a Troxler Model 3411B nuclear density gauge with serial number 5434.
Hurricanes and other natural disasters can be unpredictable. I lived in Charleston, SC, the year Hurricane Floyd threatened the East Coast.
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Pittsburgh, January 30, 2014: The Board of the Pittsburgh Regional Business Coalition for Homeland Security (PRBCHS) is pleased to announce the appointment of Matthew J. Brown as its Executive Director.
This course was developed by the Office of Infrastructure Protection and FEMA EMI.
This course is self-paced and takes approximately one hour to complete. Upon completion of Workplace Security Awareness, employees and managers will be able to:
Our critical infrastructure, such as the electrical grid, financial sector, and transportation networks that underpin our economic and national security, have suffered repeated cyber intrusions, and cyber crime has increased dramatically over the last decade.
The Coalition is proud to promote AMERICA'S WATERWAY WATCH, an important initiative underway by the United States Coast Guard.
Pittsburgh Regional Business Coalition for Homeland Security's 5 Coalition Strategic Initiatives for Task Force Groups
For months, representatives from area educational institutions worked to create a unique degree program as part of a Homeland Security Training Initiative developed by the Pennsylvania Region 13 Counter Terrorism Task Force and its Homeland Security Training Consortium.