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|HS Southeast Wisconsin Threat Analysis Center (STAC) Operations 2018 (pdf)
WEM will provide grant funds to help maintain the Southeastern Wisconsin Threat Analysis Center's (STAC) certifications, and capabilities. Funds will be used for travel/training, equipment, and operational costs such as software. The technology software will provide the STAC the ability to maintain staff certifications and capabilities.
The STAC is considered to be an all crimes, all threats, information sharing fusion center for the eight counties in southeastern Wisconsin and the state as a whole. The STACs mission is to gather, receive, analyze, and disseminate relevant information and intelligence to various law enforcement, fire service, emergency management, public health, military, and private sector partners in a concise and expedient manner to effectively protect the citizens.
|HS Public Health and Medical Intelligence Threat Analyst 2017 (pdf)
This grant will fund a portion of a position to work with the Southeastern Wisconsin Threat Analysis Center (STAC), Southeast Wisconsin Health Emergency Readiness Coalition Inc. (HERC Region 7), public health, and emergency management partners to provide real-time medical information to regional stakeholders to prepare, plan, mitigate, respond, and recover from an incident that will require a community response. This position will serve as a liaison between the law enforcement, and healthcare sectors to communicate important real time medical information, assist with education in ongoing regional activities reliant to preparedness and response to potential threats, develop and distribute a regular medical threat intelligence reports, collaborate with local jurisdictions to potentially adopt a database for the ability to use geo-mapping technologies into daily situational updates. This position has a cost-share with HS funds paying for approximately half of the position and the Southeast Wisconsin Health Emergency Readiness Coalition, Inc. (HERC Region 7) covering the other half of the position.
|HS STAC Intelligence & Infrastructure Protection Analyst 2018 (pdf)
Wisconsin Emergency Management (WEM) will provide grant funds to the Southeastern Threat Analysis Center (STAC) to hire a new Intelligence & Infrastructure Protection Analyst.
|HS State Local Tribal Territorial (SLTT) Cyber Response Team (CRT) Training - Group 2018 (pdf)
WEM will provide grant funds for the State, Local, Tribal and Territorial (SLTT) Cyber Response Teams comprised of state and local units of government to attend two group training sessions.
The first course Windows for Forensic Analysis will focus on building in depth digital forensics knowledge of operating systems. Participants will learn how to recover, analyze, and authenticate forensic data, track particular user activity on a network, organize findings for use in incident response, internal investigations, and civil/criminal litigation. After this training course participants will be able to use their new skills to validate security tools, enhance vulnerability assessments, identify insider threats, track hackers, and improve security policies.
The second course Advanced Incident Response, Threat Hunting, and Digital Forensics will help provide participants the ability to identify compromised and affected systems, perform damage assessments and determine what was stolen or changed, contain and remediate incidents, develop key sources of threat intelligence, and the ability to hunt down additional breaches using knowledge of the adversary.
|Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG) POW FFY2020 (pdf)
EMPG grant funding shall be used by county/tribal emergency management programs to develop a Plan of Work that accomplishes all State of Wisconsin statutory and U.S. Department of Homeland Security (U.S. DHS), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and Wisconsin Emergency Management (WEM) program requirements. It is important that county/tribal emergency management programs provide the opportunity for all facets of government and the whole community to participate in the emergency management process to promote resiliency in their communities.
|Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) Planning Grant FFY2020 (pdf)
This EPCRA Planning Grant funding shall be used by county emergency management and the county Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) to accomplish all State of Wisconsin statutory requirements for EPCRA, and to complete EPCRA Program requirements as provided by WEM under WEM Directive 2007.2 EPCRA Planning Grant Funding.
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