DHS Offers Enhanced Cybersecurity Services Program

Is your organization looking to improve its cybersecurity posture? If so, DHS’s Enhanced Cybersecurity Services (ECS) program may be a useful tool for you.  Please share this information with your state’s water utilities

What is ECS?

ECS is an intrusion prevention and analysis capability that uses government information to block certain threats from infecting computer networks. To provide this service, DHS has partnered with several private sector Commercial Service Providers (CSPs). These CSPs build special ECS systems that are capable of processing government information securely. The CSPs then use that system to offer services that protect U.S.-based public and private organizations. ECS is the only capability of its kind that use sensitive AND classified government data on the market today.

Who should use Enhanced Cybersecurity Services?

All U.S.-based public and private organizations (including State, local, tribal, and territorial governments) are eligible to use ECS. The program is most useful for groups that already have other security measures (firewalls, antivirus, etc.) in place.

How can my organization learn more about service options?

For information about service-level options, or to enroll, please contact CSPs directly at:

For general ECS program questions, you may contact ECS_Program@hq.dhs.gov.


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