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Aug
2017

Wisconsin Cybersecurity Strategy

The Wisconsin Cybersecurity Strategy provides a high-level overview of all the major cybersecurity-related efforts being undertaken in the State of Wisconsin through robust security and continuity programs. Ensuring the State of Wisconsin is secure and resilient online is an essential component of building a more competitive and productive economy.

Wisconsin Cybersecurity Strategy

Apr
2017

2016 Wisconsin Homeland Security Council Annual Report

Major General Don Dunbar, Adjutant General and Wisconsin’s Homeland Security Advisor and members of the Wisconsin Homeland Security Council presented Governor Scott Walker today the 2016 Wisconsin Homeland Security Council Annual Report. The report highlights some of the achievements in the past year in homeland security initiatives for Wisconsin. The full report is available at here
The press conference is also available to view online at WisconsinEye Facebook

Full text of 2016 Annual Report on Wisconsin Homeland Security

Mar
2016

The 2015 Annual Report on Homeland Security

The 2015 Wisconsin Homeland Security Council is pleased to present the 2015 Annual Report on Wisconsin Homeland Security.  In the last year, the State of Wisconsin has encountered a variety of challenges requiring preparedness, awareness, and prompt, efficient response. In each case, the government systems and infrastructure in place have responded in professional, proactive, and positive ways. This report documents the coordination and collaboration of state government and local, tribal, and federal partners to meet these challenges as they arose.  Among the challenges faced by the State of Wisconsin were the outbreak of avian influenza in specific communities, the response to potential dangers surrounding the shipment of Bakken Crude Oil across the state, a critical shortage of natural gas affecting nearly all communities, and preparation in response to the Ebola outbreak in Africa. This report details the ways in which member agencies of the Wisconsin Homeland Security Council addressed these emerging issues and continued to respond to ongoing threats to homeland security.  This report provides an overview of new and continuing efforts of the Wisconsin Homeland Security Council, state agencies, federal, tribal, local partners, and private and public entities to maintain and improve homeland security, public health, and emergency management in the State of Wisconsin.

The 2015 Annual Report on Homeland Security

Aug
2015

LT. Governor Kleefisch accepts 2015 WI Emergency Response Plan

August 6, 2015
For more information: Tod Pritchard 608-242-3324 or 608-219-4008

LT. Governor Kleefisch accepts 2015 WI Emergency Response PlanClick For High Resolution Photo

Lt. Governor Kleefisch today accepted the 2015 Wisconsin Emergency Response Plan (WERP) during a presentation at the 115th Fighter Wing at Truax Field in Madison. The plan provides direction to state agencies in response to disasters and emergencies including new annexes for cyber and catastrophic events.

“This plan brings the best of Wisconsin together while we prepare for the worst things that could happen,” said Lt. Governor Kleefisch. “Wisconsin’s first responders work every minute of the day to protect us. This plan gives them the guidance and training they need to prepare for what may come our way. Along with our other community partners, we can save lives and minimize the damage caused by a disaster and bring a coordinated approach to the recovery.”

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Aug
2015

2015-2018 Wisconsin Homeland Security Strategy

Please click on the document link below to open and read a copy of the new Wisconsin Homeland Security Strategy. This document has been developed and is being released by the Wisconsin Homeland Security Council.  This document contains information on the Homeland Security Priorities in the State of Wisconsin.  Each priority has been broken into more tangible goals for which progress can be monitored. Each goal has then been assigned to “a goal champion” which is a state agency which will take on the responsibility of helping make progress on each goal, and thus the overarching priority, and the Strategy as a whole.

Please find the document by clicking on this link below:

2015-2018 WI Homeland Security Strategy 2015-2018