The Chemical Sector is a designated sector by the US Department of Homeland Security. This sector is an integral part of America’s economy in the manufacturing, storage, usage, and transportation of dangerous and potentially dangerous chemical products and components. These are chemicals a wide range of sectors and industries rely upon. Securing these chemicals against growing and evolving threats requires vigilance from both the private and public sector.
The Commercial Facilities Sector is a designated sector by the US Department of Homeland Security. The sector includes a wide array of locations which generally draw large crowds of people. This includes locations common for business, lodging, entertainment, and/or shopping or commence. These designated sector locations provide open public access, allowing free movement of the public and individuals. The majority of these locations are privately owned and operated, with minimal interaction with government entities.
The Communications Sector is a designated sector by the US Department of Homeland Security. This sector is an integral component of operations for all businesses, commercial sectors, government and public safety, and other entities. This sector is inclusive of not only data and voice services, but also terrestrial, satellite, and wireless transmission systems.
The Critical Manufacturing Sector is a designated sector by the US Department of Homeland Security. This sector is vital to both the prosperity and continuity of the United States of America. An attack or disruption of certain elements of the manufacturing industry can disrupt critical and essential functions on a national level.
The Dams Sector is a designated sector by the US Department of Homeland Security. This sector provides crucial water retention, control, hydroelectric power, agricultural, municipal, and industrial water supplies, sediment and flood control, river navigation for inland bulk shipping, industrial waste management, recreation, and much more throughout the US.
The Emergency Services Sector is a designated sector by the US Department of Homeland Security, which TSE is part of. This sector is comprised of millions of highly-skilled, trained personnel, along with the physical and cyber resources, that provide a wide range of prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery services during both day-to-day operations and incident response.
The Energy Sector is a designated sector by the US Department of Homeland Security. This is the critical infrastructure which fuels todays economy. Without a stable energy supply, health and welfare are threatened, and the U.S. economy cannot function.
The Financial Services Sector is a US Department of Homeland Security designated sector. This sector is a critical and vital component of America’s critical infrastructure. Physical attacks, sabotage, robbery, disasters, and the ever-increasing number of sophisticated cyberattacks are among the risks facing the financial sector and its institutions.
The Food and Agriculture Sector is a designated sector by the US Department of Homeland Security. The majority of the sector is privately owned, composing of an estimated 935,000 restaurants, 2.1 million farms, and more than 200,000 registered food manufacturing, processing, and storage facilities; accounting for approximately 20% of America’s economic activity.
The Government Facilities Sector is a US Department of Homeland Security sector. The sector is comprised of a variety of buildings and properties, which are owned or leased by federal, state, county, local, and tribal governments. Many government facilities are open to the public for business activities, commercial transactions, or recreational activities.
The Healthcare and Public Health Sector is a US Department of Homeland Security designated sector. This is the sector which helps protect American and other sectors of the economy from hazards involving types of terrorism, infectious disease outbreaks, and natural disasters.
The Information Technology Sector is a designated sector by the US Department of Homeland Security. It is vital to America’s economy, public health, safety and security. Business, commercial, education, industrial, government, and citizens are increasingly more dependent upon Information Technology Sector functions.
Nuclear Reactors, Materials, and Waste are part of the Nuclear Sector which is a designated sector by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. From the power reactors that provide electricity to millions of Americans, to the medical isotopes used to treat cancer patients, the Nuclear Sector covers most aspects of America’s civilian nuclear infrastructure.
The Transportation Sector is a co- designated sector by the US Department of Homeland Security and the US Department of Transportation. America’s Transportation Sector systems safely, securely, and rapidly transports people and goods through the country.
The Water and Wastewater Systems Sector is a designated sector by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. The sector delivers safe drinking water, a prerequisite for protecting public health and all human activity; and treating wastewater, which is vital for preventing disease and protecting the environment.