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RAINSRegional Alliances for Infrastructure and Network Security : 

RAINSRegional Alliances for Infrastructure and Network Security RAINS PresentationWashington, DCOctober 27, 2005Clifford BarneyProgram ManagerRAINS

RAINSRegional Alliances for Infrastructure and Network Security : 

RAINSRegional Alliances for Infrastructure and Network Security Vision: An America empowered with the latest, best and most effective public safety and emergency response technology in the world. Mission: Accelerate the adoption of innovative information sharing and emergency communication systems for homeland security, homeland defense and public safety. Structure: A non-profit Public/Private Partnership governed by a Board of Directors made up in equal parts of public officials and private sector representatives.

RAINSRegional Alliances for Infrastructure and Network Security : 

RAINSRegional Alliances for Infrastructure and Network Security Provider of the RAINS-Net sensitive information sharing solution A multiple-vendor solution for cross-organizational information sharing and emergency response Being used today in six innovative pilot networks across America (five with federal funding) 2004 Homeland Security Innovation of the Year Finalist, Kennedy School of Gov’t., Harvard

Sensitive But Unclassified (SBU) Info : 

Sensitive But Unclassified (SBU) Info General Public Public information

Trusted Information Exchange : 

Trusted Information Exchange

Connect & Protect™Now connecting over 200 organizations : 

Connect & Protect™Now connecting over 200 organizations Mult. County(MCEM, Parole Board) NGOs (Red Cross) State & Local Agencies (OEM, ODOT, Metro, Others) 9-1-1 (BOEC, WCCCA, CRESA,Police, Fire) University System(PSU, OHSU, SOU) Large Employers & Event Sites (Intel Corp., Oregon Expo Center) Financial (Wells Fargo) Manufacturing(Freightliner) Hotels(Hilton, DoubleTree) Transportation (Regional Maritime Security Coalition) Hospitals (Providence, OHSU) Building Management (BOMA, Lloyd Center Mall, Convention Center) K-12 Schools - Free (Multnomah, Washington Counties) Tillamook & Clatsop Counties (Tsunami Warning Service)

Connect & Protect™ Oregon : 

Connect & Protect™ Oregon Managed by RAINS for the City of Portland (9-1-1 Center), State of Oregon Office of Emergency Management, and other public entities Over 1 million events processed successfully Averaging over 10,000 incidents processed daily Expanding to multiple Oregon counties, and into southern Washington Includes world’s most detailed and complete tsunami warning system June 15, 2005 – successfully delivered tsunami alert 20 minutes prior to sounding of local sirens Incorporates structured reporting for increased situation awareness

Connect & Protect Information Sharing : 

Connect & Protect Information Sharing

How RAINS-Net Works in Connect & Protect : 

How RAINS-Net Works in Connect & Protect

RAINS-Net Process Flow : 

RAINS-Net Process Flow

Key Feature: Information Protection : 

Key Feature: Information Protection Prevent forwarding, copy, save, print, etc. Block print screen and screen capture Flush Windows and Office clipboards Block cut, copy,and paste

Key Feature: Data Fusion : 

Key Feature: Data Fusion Block cut, copy,and paste Alert with Map Alert with No Map

Key Feature: Smart Binding : 

Key Feature: Smart Binding ESRI map automatically retrieved by Gateway Server Listing of documents that are relevant to a “Chemical Explosion” alert, including: - a decontamination video - response guidelines - map of nearby chemical facility

RAINS’ Open Specification : 

RAINS’ Open Specification ExistingSpecifications New Requirements New Specification Baseline + = Iterate

Google Earth Integration : 

Google Earth Integration

Emerging Intelligence Platform : 

Emerging Intelligence Platform

Areas for Potential Leverage : 

Areas for Potential Leverage Automatic Alerting M2M/M2H “Smart” trigger criteria Fusion Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) Trusted Information Exchange Emerging need for data lifecycle management (controls/auditing) Accommodate proprietary geo data, SBU Homeland Security, critical infrastructure Targeted Distribution Volume of data increasing exponentially Human capacity to consume information is static Reducing “background noise” in information Meta data – allows for automated distribution and discoverability Profile-based delivery: role, location, time, authorization, etc.

Thank You : 

Thank You Questions? RAINS PresentationWashington, DCOctober 27, 2005Clifford BarneyProgram ManagerRAINS

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