The TRIPwire Weekly Domestic IED Report includes an overview of significant domestic device-related incidents (including bomb threats and suspicious packages) and feature highlights of significant activity. The report incorporates device-related incident trends over time and organize the data on a national level and by the 10 Federal Regions.
The 2022 Explosives Incident Report (EIR) is an informational product prepared by the United States Bomb Data Center (USBDC) in collaboration with Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), Office for Bombing Prevention (OBP), using incident data reported in the Bomb Arson Tracking System (BATS) and open-source information through the Technical Resource for Incident Prevention (TRIPwire).
CISA Tabletop Exercise Packages (CTEPs) are a comprehensive set of resources designed to assist stakeholders in conducting their own exercises. Partners can use CTEPs to initiate discussions within their organizations about their ability to address a variety of threat scenarios to include IED threats.
This resource is provided to inform law enforcement, terrorism prevention practitioners, other first responders, community leaders, as well as the general public about both threats of violence and contextual behaviors that suggest an individual is mobilizing to violence. The indicators included in this booklet are intended to aid law enforcement and first responder investigative and detection efforts, not to be a substitute for their expertise and experience.
This CISA Office for Bombing Prevention (OBP) TRIPwire's Catalog of Products highlights the daily What's New report, Weekly and Monthly Domestic Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) IED Reports, the Annual Domestic OSINT IED Report, analytical and informational products, and requests for information reports. The catalogue is a resource for both TRIPwire subscribers and for CISA employees attending outreach engagements
The Guide is designed to help stakeholders take proactive steps to enhance their security and resilience for a range of threats, including IED incidents, by providing guidance and resources consistent with broader all-hazards preparedness and risk management principles.
This interactive product contains information on and direct access to OBPs trainings, products, and resources tailored to the needs of sports and entertainment organizations and venues. Designed to be a one-stop-shop, it can assist teams in identifying and connecting to those resources that best meet their needs. Additionally, it can help start or continue a conversation about bombing prevention with leadership, empowering all employees to play a role in security.
The Bomb Threat Management Guidance Quad-Fold is a product that was developed jointly by the FBI and DHS Office for Bombing Prevention. It is designed to help Site Decision Makers of commercial facilities, schools, etc., respond to a bomb threat in an orderly and controlled manner with first responders and other stakeholders.
To reduce risk to the Nation's critical infrastructure, the Office for Bombing Prevention (OBP) develops and delivers a diverse portfolio of counter-IED awareness solutions and training courses to build nationwide counter-IED capabilities and enhance awareness of IED threats.
Developed in partnership with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Security and Resiliency Guide (SRG C-IED) and annexes are designed to help stakeholders take proactive steps to enhance their security and resiliency for potential IED incidents by providing guidance and resources consistent with broader all-hazards preparedness and risk management principles.