The SENSITIVE INFORMATION SHARING ENVIRONMENT


A new ENVIRONMENT FOR trusted data driven decision making


WHAT IS SISE?
The SISE is a legal "trust framework", exempt from frivolous FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) requests,  that supports sensitive operational information sharing across industry and government for the purpose of broadening situational awareness and  enhancing decision making before, during and after storms, disasters or any type of disruptions.
PURPOSE OF SISE?
The SISE environment enables cross sector planning, the development of new innovative information based solutions, more reliable and better organized data, and centralized operational information that help decision makers make faster, more informed decisions during disasters.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
The SISE facilitates a sustained planning process to identify and solve operational problems, creates and shares new unstructured data during a crisis, and conducts cross-sector exercises to synchronize information sharing across multiple states and sectors during a large scale crisis.
WHY IS SISE NEEDED?
The SISE was created to build trust between industry and government. By developing standards, unique solutions, conducting joint planning and exercises to solve operational problems. As problems get addresses, trust grows among participants. As trust increases, barriers are reduced and results occur faster.... which builds more trust...as so on.
WHAT IS THE SISE-net INITIATIVE?
SISE-net is a private sector initiative to enhance crisis response information sharing and operational coordination by leveraging the SISE for synchronizing data from multiple utility and state operations centers for specific use cases (e.g.,  state declarations/waivers, federal waivers, damage assessments, road closures, supply chain disruptions,  open/closed facilities, etc.…). URL:https://www.ahcusa.org/sisenet.html
WHAT IS THE SISE-net VIRTUAL EXERCISE?
The private sector SISE-net Virtual Tabletop Exercise is designed to increase crisis information sharing, communications, and coordination between private sector and with multiple states in two ways;  1) Engaging multiple sectors and states to discuss their operational processes and procedures; 2) Leverage and improve the operational information sharing capability between industry and state/local operations centers leveraging the private sector’s SISE (Sensitive Information Sharing Environment). https://www.ahcusa.org/sise-virtual-exercise.html

Follow Along During The 2021 - 2022 Winter Storm Season

  • Background
  • ​Hurricane SALLY (2020)
  • ​SISE-net Exercise 1
  • ​SISE-net Exercise 2
  • ​SISE-net Exercise 3
  • ​FleetMove Workshop 1
  • ​FleetMove Workshop 2
  • ​FleetMove Workshop 3
  • ​Annual Event Feature 1
  • ​Annual Event Feature 2
Experience The New Standard for Enhanced Situational Awareness
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The Fleet Movement App organizes information from vetted and verified sources to provide you with the most comprehensive situational awareness along a given route during a disaster.
SISE-net Virtual Tabletop Exercise (TTX)
Using Hurricane SALLY Data from Sept 2020
Using Hurricane SALLY Data from Sept 2020

Exercises are fundamental to help you understand how to effectively understand and utilize the resources that are now being made available to you through your AHC membership.

WHAT IS SISE-net?
SISE-net is an initiative of the private sector that leverages the private sector operated SISE (Sensitive Information Sharing Environment) information sharing framework. SISE-net is designed to connect the SISE to operations centers in industry and government to synchronize information sharing and situational awareness on specific use cases (e.g. damage assessments) to enhance operational decision making and coordination.

WHY THIS EXERCISE?
To enhance operational coordination for the 2021 hurricane season.

The private/government sector leadership of the All Hazards Consortium's working groups have organized this cross-sector, multi-state virtual TTX to help state and industry emergency managers discuss and understand each other's preparation processes, data/information needs, point of contacts, and timelines for hurricane-related activities (e.g. declarations and waivers, curfews, fleet mobilizations, supply chain movements, open/closed facilities, road closures, etc.….).

The TTX will produce digital products (e.g. guides, directories, recordings, datasets, etc..) that can be used for future training and exercises with current and future stakeholders as turnover occurs from retirements, elections, and regular position changes within industry and government.
              
WHAT DOES THIS TTX ADDRESS?
1. The processes used by the government (states and FMCSA) and industry (Communication (Telecom/Cable), Electric, Fuel, Transportation (Roadway/Rail), Food, Water, Pharma as they prepare for a hurricane (TTX Scenario: SALLY, Sept 2020) during different phases of the hurricane:

a. Phase 0 = -7 Days to -4 days prior to landfall
b. Phase 1 = -3 days to Landfall


WHAT ARE THE OPERATIONAL BENEFITS?

- Uses real data from past events to help people experience the event from multiple perspectives

- Facilitated industry and government discussions to create shared perspectives, identify gaps, brainstorm solutions, and coordinate actions in the future

- Identify enhancements to be made to decision dashboards and data sets for future use.


2021 SISE-net Virtual Tabletop Exercise #1
July 16, 2021
Objective: Identify opportunities to improve operational coordination and communications between Sectors and Government (FMSCA & States)
A virtual, cross sector exercise to enhance operational coordination during the 2021 hurricane season.

SISE-net: A new initiative to enhance operational coordination and decision making between utilities and state emergency managers during large scale disasters via Synchronizing Information in Real-Time
2021 SISE-net Virtual Tabletop Exercise #2
July 30, 2021
Objective: Identify opportunities to improve operational coordination and communications between Sectors and Government (FMSCA & States)
●  Unified Playbook for Declarations & Waivers Processes
●  Support Training & Exercises using real incident data
●  New Data sets & Use Cases

See how our new GIS based data brokerage can share & synchronize data during disasters for your organizations coordinated operations
2021 SISE-net Virtual Tabletop Exercise #3
August 06, 2021
Objective: Identify opportunities to improve operational coordination and communications between Sectors and Government (FMSCA & States)
See how our new GIS based data brokerage can share & synchronize data during disasters for your organizations coordinated operations
Synchronizing Information for Disaster Response Logistics
Part 1 (Strategy) 
Learn how the Fleet Movement app works and watch a demo to understand the capabilities of the app, the data it contains and others. 
Synchronizing Information for Disaster Response Logistics
Part 2 (Operational) 
Learn how the Fleet Movement app is used operationally and its impacts on situational awareness for industry and state and local government. 
See how our new GIS based data brokerage can share & synchronize data during disasters for your organizations coordinated operations
Synchronizing Information for Disaster Response Logistics 
Part 3 (Technical)
Learn how states and industries sync information to reduce disaster response delays, improve logistics, and increase safety. 
2021 National ResilienceEXCH Virtual Summit Session:
Fleet Movement App for Transportation Planners & Decision Makers 
See how our new GIS based data brokerage can share & synchronize data during disasters for your organizations coordinated operations
2021 National ResilienceEXCH Virtual Summit Session
Using GIS for Situational Awareness - Training Session
The SENSITIVE INFORMATION SHARING ENVIRONMENT
Disaster Management Solutions for Every Crisis
PPP Case Study 1
The SENSITIVE INFORMATION SHARING ENVIRONMENT
Disaster Management Solutions for Every Crisis
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The SENSITIVE INFORMATION SHARING ENVIRONMENT
Disaster Management Solutions for Every Crisis
PPP Case Study 3
The SENSITIVE INFORMATION SHARING ENVIRONMENT
Disaster Management Solutions for Every Crisis
PPP Case Study 4
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