Wyoming's critical infrastructure sectors provide the foundation for our economic vitality and way of life. Furthermore, their continued reliability, robustness, and resiliency create a sense of confidence and form an important part of our state identity and purpose. Critical infrastructure frames our daily lives and enable us to enjoy the high standard of living that we do.
The Wyoming Office of Homeland Security and its partner agencies conduct and update vulnerability assessments at the request of the critical infrastructure sites. The assessment teams draw upon the expertise of the public and private sector to enhance the facilities' "all-hazards" plans for preventing and responding to a catastrophic attack. The assessment reports are shared with the facility, law enforcement agencies, and other emergency planners within the local, state, and federal government.
In coordination with Department of Homeland Security's National Infrastructure, Wyoming has completed 100% all Buffer Zone Sites to include plan development and applying resources necessary for the protection of these sites.
Automated Critical Asset Management System (ACAMS)
Integrated Common Analytical Viewer (iCAV)
Protected Critical Infrastructure Information (PCII)
CIKR Asset Protection Training Assistance Program (CAPTAP)http://www.dhs.gov/files/programs/gc_1195679577314.shtm