Cyber Disruption Response Planning Framework
June 26, 2013
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Related Web Resources:
New England Regional Catastrophic Preparedness Initiative (NERCPI) Cyber Disruption page
EM Magazine article "New England States Coordinate Cyber-Security Response Planning"
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LW Abel [K7LWA]
"Good talk; I learned a lot."
"I look forward to accessing the slides, reading the transcript and obtaining the documents referenced in the presentation (I asked for the docs from the presenters). Our state is early in the process of developing a Cyber-security Team and my director is facilitating the conversation. Thanks for the presentation!"
Wyoming Office of Homeland Security
"A critical topic that needs broader attention. Excellent information."
"The planning process brought some great points forward. Effects based planning cuts out a lot of the discussion. And avoids lack of imagination."
Adam Wehrenberg is the Regional
Catastrophic Preparedness Grant Program (RCPGP) Project Director for the
City of Boston Mayor's Office of Emergency Management (OEM). He
is responsible for the oversight of catastrophic planning activities
within the New England Regional Catastrophic Preparedness Initiative
(NERCPI), which includes the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the
states of New Hampshire and Rhode Island, as well as the Boston and
Providence UASI Regions.
The NERCPI focuses on the establishment of Regional coordination frameworks in project areas such as Cyber Disruption Response, Mass Care and Sheltering, Disaster Housing, Commodities Distribution, and Transportation and Evacuation.
Prior to his current role, he served
OEM as a Regional Planner managing critical infrastructure projects
under the Metro-Boston UASI program, and then as Public Safety Manager
for Emergency Preparedness for the Massachusetts Convention Center
Authority, overseeing preparedness initiatives at the four facilities
owned by the MCCA.
Kevin O'Shea has
more than 15 years of experience in technical project management across
the cyber security, emergency response and infrastructure resiliency
domains. Mr. O'Shea is the Project Manager for a multi-year effort to
regionalize the state and local response to a catastrophic loss of IT
and communications in the New England region. He also served as the lead
on the Regional Resiliency Assessment Program which assessed the
resilience of the core Energy and Water sectors in the Commonwealth of
Mr. O'Shea previously served as a
Homeland Security and Intelligence Specialist for the Technical Analysis
Group of Justiceworks / University of New Hampshire in Durham, NH. He
also held the position of Research Associate for Project Management for
the Technical Analysis Group of Institute for Security Technology
Studies in Hanover, NH. He possesses a Masters in Justice from the
University of New Hampshire and speaks frequently on the topic of IT