Organization Description Location Phone Web Site
Air Force Information Warfare Center (AFIWC) Combines efforts of the former Air Force Electronic Warfare Center and Air Force Cryptologic Support Center's Securities Directorate (AFSOC/SD). Provides INFOSEC related services including: Automated computer security risk management process, a computer intrusion detection system, the Air Force's Computer Emergency Response Team, and Electronic Security Engineering Team that assesses security products and others. Kelly AFB, San Antonio, TX (210) 977-3156.
Air Intelligence Agency (AIA) Air Force's single source intelligence agency, combining various intelligence disciplines to provide current data to air component commanders and national decision makers. Provides multi-source intelligence products, applications, services and resources for IW/C2W, security, acquisition, foreign weapons systems and technology and treaty monitoring. Kelly AFB, San Antonio, TX
Computer Incident Advisory Capability (CIAC). Established in 1989, CIAC provides computer security services to employees and contractors of the United States Department of Energy, including: incident handling, computer security information, on-site workshops, and computer security consulting. CIAC is an element of the Computer Security Technology Center (CSTC). Located at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. (925) 422-8193
Computer Security Technology Center (CSTC). The CSTC provides solutions to U.S. Government agencies facing today's security challenges in information technology. They maintain information protection core-competencies through high-tech, integrated INFOSEC incident response, product development, and consulting services. Near San Francisco, CA
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is the central research and development organization for the Department of Defense (DoD). It manages and directs selected basic and applied research and development projects for DoD, and pursues research and technology where risk and payoff are both very high and where success may provide dramatic advances for traditional military roles and missions and dual-use applications. Arlington, VA (703) 696-0104
Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) DoD agency responsible for information technology and central management of major portions of the Defense Information Infrastrucute (DII). Mission: to plan, engineer, develop, test, manage programs, acquire, implement, operate and maintain Information Systems for C4I and mission support under all conditions of peace and war. Has defensive IO responsibilities. Washington, DC 1-800-357-4231
FBI - CITAC CITAC - Computer Investigations and Infrastructure Threat Assessment Center. Mission: To provide program management of FBI computer investigations and threat assessment of matters; support prosecutions of these matters; and manage, coordinate, support and perform related analytical functions in computer investigations, information infrastructure threat investigations and national information infrastructure threat assessments. Washington, DC (202) 324-6715 Not Available
Federal Computer Incident Response Capability (FedCIRC) FedCIRC is a new initiative undertaken by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), the Department of Energy's Computer Incident Advisory Capability (CIAC), and the Canegie Mellon, Software Engineering Institute's CERT/CC. These established computer security organizations have banded together to offer the Federal civilian community assistance and guidance in handling computer security related incidents. There are six primary services that FedCIRC provides to the Federal civilian agencies. These are: incident handling substructure, quarterly activity summaries, web site access to a repository of tools and example practices, Security alerts, incident response and hotline support, and on-site information security evaluation. Gaithersburg, MD (info) (301) 975-4369, (hotline) (412) 268-6321
Fleet Information Warfare Center (FIWC) Established as the Fleet CINC's authority for developing IW/C2W related tactics, procedures and training, and for identifying requirements for IW/C2W RDT&E, acquisition, training and fleet staff augmentation. Also maintains a Navy Computer Incident Response Team. Located at Little Creek Amphibious Base, Norfolk, VA (757) 464-8173/8831
Information Operations Technology Center (IOTC). A joint DoD/Intelligence Community Center of Excellence tasked with developing and maintaining a computer/network technology-based tool box of techniques and applications for the warfighter. Fort Meade, MD (310) 688-3912
Information Systems Security Office (ISSO). Provides Information Protection products and services for DoD and other government information systems. Provides technical vulnerabilities and threat assessments when tasked. Fort Meade, MD (800) 688-6115
Information Warfare Support Cell (IWSC/P42) Provides information support, targeting, analysis, assessments, and intelligence gain/loss assessments. Also serves as the Special Technology office for NSA. Fort Meade, MD. (301) 688-3679
Infrastructure Protection Task Force (IPTF) The IPTF is a multi-agency task force, created on July 15, 1996 by Executive Order 13010. It is the responsibility of the IPTF to identify and coordinate existing expertise and capabilities in the government and private sector as they relate to critical infrastructure protection from both physical threats and cyber threats. Washington, DC
Joint Command and Control Warfare Center (JC2WC). A JCS organization that serves as the principal field agency for joint C2W support to enable the JCS and combatant commanders to plan and execute C2W operations. Collocated and supported by AIA, San Antonio, TX DSN 969-4742
Joint Warfare Analysis Center (JWAC) Primarily responsible for the integration and analysis of scientific and technical data related to warfare planning against infrastructure networks of selected countries of interest. Supports military operations and recommendations for deliberate and crisis planning. Products include high-leverage targeting options directed at enemy infrastructure (electric power, petroleum, oils and lubricants, lines of communications and telecommunications). Also tasked with evaluating weapon's capabilities against critical components of selected targets; assess the effects attacks on infrastructure networks have on the abilities of an enemy's fielded forces to conduct offensive or defensive operations; provide input from this analysis to intelligence organizations and provide battle damage assessment indications for network and critical node failure analysis through the JCS. Dahlgren, VA (540) 653-5076
Land Information Warfare Activity (LIWA). Provide IW operational support to land component and separate Army commands; and to facilitate planning and execution of Information Operations. Coordinates, arranges and synchronizes IW intelligence and counterintelligence support to land component commands, and deploys field support teams to assist and support land component commanders in C2 matters. Fort Belvoir, VA (703) 706-2296
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Computer Security Resource Clearinghouse (CSR
The CSRC is designed to collect and disseminate computer security information and resources to help users, systems administrators, managers, and security professionals better protect their data and systems. A primary goal of the CSRC is to raise awareness of all computer systems users--from novice to expert-- about computer security. Gaithersburg, MD
National Security Agency The National Security Agency (NSA)/Centraol Security Service (CSS) is responsible for the centralized coordination, direction, and performance of highly specialized technical functions in support of U.S. Government activities to protect U.S. communications and produce foreign intelligence information. Fort Meade, MD
Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) Provides threat evaluation of foreign organizations and assists in identifying counter-intelligence requirements in support of IW for the Director of Naval Intelligence Location: Washington, DC. Washington, DC
Naval Information Warfare Activity (NIWA). The Navy's principal technical agent and interface to service and national level agencies engaged in IW technologies. Also acts as primary technical interface with FIWC (Fleet Information Warfare Center) for the transition of IW special technical capabilities for naval and Navy-supported joint operations. Conducts technical threat analysis and vulnerabilities assessment to develop requirements for evaluating new information technologies, competitive architectures, and advanced concepts for offensive and defensive IW systems. Washington, DC

Senior Information Protection Officer (SIPO). Provides 24-hour watch coverage for time-sensitive Information Protection operations and crisis response management. Acts as the central repository and distribution point for Computer Emergency/Incident Response Team (CERT/CIRT) community coordination efforts. Disseminates indications and warning messages of threats to and attacks against the National Information Infrastructure (NII). Fort Meade, MD

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