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30 TechnologyADVANCING INFRASTRUCTURE SECURITY Boosting cybersecurity The Department of Homeland Security DHS Control Systems Security Program continues to provide increased support to owners operators and vendors of critical infrastructure. In FY 2011 the DHS Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team ICS-CERT continued to provide key support that addressed risk to the nations critical infrastructure sectors. ICS-CERT fly-away teams right were deployed to seven organizations and the ICS-CERT published more than 100 security alerts and advisories to the ICS community warning of various threats and vulnerabilities impacting control systems. In FY 2011 the program also assisted the control systems community by conducting more than 40 cybersecurity training courses both domestically and internationally for public and private partnerships with more than 1300 attendees. Additionally more than 75 Cyber Security Evaluation Tool onsite assessments were completed and approximately 600 participants attended the Fall 2010 and Spring 2011 Industrial Control Systems Joint Working Group conferences. The ICS-CERT responds to and analyzes control systems- related incidents conducts vulnerability and malware analysis and provides situational awareness.