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Arizona – The Land Where Unicorns Run Free

Urban Area Security InitiativeCybersecuritySlide2
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Cyber Security Response = NIMSSlide4

Cyber Security joined Public SafetySlide5

Super Bowl XLIX will be played at the University of Phoenix Stadium, home of the Arizona Cardinals, on February 1, 2015. This marks Arizona’s second Super Bowl in seven years and the third overall.

In Super Bowl XLII at University of Phoenix Stadium on February 3, 2008, the New York Giants bet the New England Patriots 17-14.Arizona’s first big game, Super Bowl XXX, was held at Arizona State University’s Sun Devils Stadium in 1996, with the Dallas Cowboys beating the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-17.

Arizona Super Bowl HistorySlide6

2008

Population175,000 out of town

v

isitors Super Bowl

500,000 spectators FBR Open

3000 Public Safety workers

Complexity

35 NFL Sanctioned Phoenix Events (Super Bowl Headquarters)

3,500

Journalists &

24

Countries (Phoenix Convention Center)

10,000

Volunteers

Aviation Issues

Multiple Dignitary Type Events (Election Issues)

Unified Command Center (JOC) & ICP (NIMS)

NFL, National & Local Organizations

Duration7 to 10 Days12 to 18 Hour Operational Periods

2015

PopulationIncrease number of out of town visitors for Super Bowl and Pro Bowl Over 1 million visitors estimated for Super Bowl Central in downtown Phoenix700,000 visitors for Waste Mgmt. OpenComplexitySuper Bowl and Pro Bowl Sanctioned events and Unsanctioned events5,000 Journalists representing 30 countriesRobust volunteer system againMulti Agency Coordination Center (MACC) Intelligence Operations Center (IOC)Cyber/Social MediaDuration10 to 12 Days12 to 18 Hour Operational Periods

Situational ForecastSlide7

Super

Bowl XLIXFans, Visitors, Workers

, and Volunteers

Potential

Risks

Civil

Disturbance/Disobedience

Terrorism

Major Medical Multi-Casualty

Incident

Law Enforcement and Fire/EMS

Infra-Structure

Protection

Cyber Protection

Public Health Event

Risk AnalysisSlide8

Over 375 Events at multiple venues in multiple jurisdictionsSlide9

Executive Committee

Executive Advisory Committee

Core Planning Group

Resource Work Groups - 24

Super Bowl Planning StructureSlide10

Executive Committee

All Local, County, State, Tribal and Federal Jurisdictions that are stakeholders in Super Bowl XLIX Venues, Game, sanctioned and unsanctioned events

Will be requested to provide authorization for

REGIONAL

participation and the use of their assets for Super Bowl XLIX

Will be briefed on the planning and preparation of the Public Safety piece for Super Bowl XLIX

Will be the Overseers of the

REGIONAL

planning effort for Super Bowl XLIXSlide11

Super Bowl Planning Structure

Executive Committee

Executive Advisory Committee

Core Planning Group

Resource Work Groups - 24Slide12

Executive Advisory

Committee

A decision making/working group directly responsible for Super Bowl XLIX Venues and the Game

Directly responsible for

implementing strategic and policy level planning and preparation

for the public safety at Super Bowl XLIX

Responsible for the flow of information to and from the Executive Committee

Will be convened on a regular basis to provide authorization and direction to the Core Planning Group

Glendale, Phoenix, Scottsdale, DPS, MCSO, FBI, DHS, Federal CoordinatorsSlide13

Super Bowl Planning Structure

Executive Committee

Executive Advisory Committee

Core Planning Group

Resource Work Groups - 24Slide14

Resource Work Groups - 24

Are all the REGIONAL specialized operational

personnel and assets

identified and needed to protect the Super Bowl XLIX game and venues

Directly responsible for providing

operational resources

for the venues and the game as it relates to public safety at Super Bowl XLIX

Will meet to establish their groups and provide reporting and documentation to the Core Planning Group Slide15
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Geographical IMTsMulti Agency Coordinating Center MACC

Event Management StructureSlide17
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Arizona Counter Terrorism & Intelligence Center

(ACTIC)

Multi-Agency Coordination Center(MACC) –

Resources, Assets, Staffing & Personnel

Glendale

Scottsdale

Phoenix

Intelligence Operations Center (IOC) –

Information & Intelligence

Gila River

Regional Coordination and CommunicationSlide19

EOD/

Bomb SquadResponse

Fire & Hazmat Response

Law Enforcement Response

ESPN Zone

Incident Management Team (IMT)

ESPN Zone

Scottsdale Area Command

Scottsdale

City Leadership/ Policy Makers

Discuss Mitigation and

Recovery Strategies

Regional Coordination and CommunicationSlide20

Arizona Counter Terrorism & Intelligence Center

(ACTIC)

Multi-Agency Coordination Center

(MACC)

Glendale

Scottsdale

Phoenix

Intelligence Operations Center

(IOC)

Gila River

Regional Coordination and CommunicationSlide21

So What’s Next

See something say something (ACTIC)

Intelligence Channels still exist

ACTIC Tip = FBI, DHS, IC, Local Law Enforcement

Collaboration is Key

Infragard

/ ACTRA

Professional Organizations

Distribution Lists

Together we can catch the Cyber Criminals

!Slide22
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Who

What

When

Where

HowSlide25

What do all of these, and good

case detectives

, have in common?

The behind scenes assistance of a

Criminal Intelligence Research Unit

CIRUSlide26

Including

5 additional

Arizona specific sectors

Large Sporting Venues

Hospitality/Tourism Industry

Insurance Industry (AZ home to top 12)

Military Contract Facilities

(Raytheon, Emery Riddle, etc.)

International Border

All

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DHS identified Critical Infrastructure Sectors are represented by the ACTIC Community Liaison Program

Potential Force Multiplier

1000’s

Established April 2006

Community Liaison Program (CLP)Slide27

Questions?

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Urban Area Security Initiative Cybersecurity Cyber Security Response NIMS Cyber Security joined Public Safety Super Bowl XLIX will be played at the University of Phoenix Stadium home of the Arizona Cardinals on February 1 2015 ID: 656672 Download Presentation

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