Critical Infrastructure

Enhancing the resilience of Canada’s critical infrastructure. Partners, Information Sharing, Exercises, Resilience and Risk.

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On April 2, 2020, the Government released “Guidance on Essential Services and Functions in Canada During the COVID-19 Pandemic”. This guidance supports critical infrastructure employers in identifying and managing their workforce, while fostering alignment and harmonization across sectors.

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Canada’s Critical Infrastructure (CI)

Systems, facilities, technologies, services, etc. essential to the well-being of Canadians and the Government of Canada.

CI Partners

Strengthening the resilience of CI requires collaborative work among all partners and stakeholders.

CI Gateway

Online information-sharing portal for CI stakeholders.

CI Exercises

National and international exercises to strengthen readiness and response efforts to physical and cyber-based events.

Cyber & Infrastructure Resilience Assessments

Site assessments to help CI organizations measure and improve their resilience to all hazards in Canada.

Industrial Control Systems Security Events

Improving the cyber resiliency of CI in Canada through symposiums, workshops and webinars.

Risk Analysis

Examining the cascading impacts of disruptions across the 10 CI sectors in Canada.

Resilience to Insider Risk

CI organizations can take action to address insider risk and build resilience.

CI Information Resources

Legislation, information products, and other CI resources.

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Insider Risk - Security Action Checklist

These eight recommended security actions can strengthen the resilience of organizational assets and systems.

Video: Resilience to Insider Risk

Use this video within your own organization when developing insider risk programs.

2018-2020 Action Plan

National Cross Sector Forum 2018-2020 Action Plan is a blueprint to implement Canada’s National Strategy for Critical Infrastructure.

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