EMP attacks pose a very real threat to the US and our critical infrastructure systems. In March of 2019, President Trump announced an executive order meant to protect the United States from an electromagnetic pulse. The order directs all federal agencies to coordinate in assessing, planning and protecting against its risks from human and natural EMP threats.
TRITON Defense has a clear vision of how to protect critical assets in the event of an EMP. All Resiliency plans have vulnerable aspects that can be protected by housing critical IT in our Modules. We help keep systems running with EMP Shielded Facilities.
Provides wired, wireless, and satellite communications to meet the needs of businesses and governments.
Transforms materials into finished goods. The sector includes the manufacture of primary metals, machinery, electrical equipment, appliances, components, and transportation equipment.
Transforms natural raw materials into commonly used products benefiting society's health, safety, and productivity. The sector produces essential products for a range of necessities, including automobiles, pharmaceuticals, food supply, water treatment, and health.
Includes prominent commercial centers, office buildings, sports stadiums, theme parks, and other sites where large numbers of people congregate to pursue business activities, conduct personal commercial transactions, or enjoy recreational pastimes.
Manages water retention structures, including levees, dams, navigations locks, canals (excluding channels), and similar structures, including larger and nationally symbolic dams that are major components of other critical infrastructures that provide electricity and water.
Supplies the military with the means to protect the nation by producing weapons, aircraft, and ships and providing essential services, including information technology and supply and maintenance.
Saves lives and property from accidents and disaster. This sector includes fire, rescue, emergency medical services, and law enforcement organizations.
Provides the electric power used by all sectors and the refining, storage, and distribution of oil and gas. The sector is divided into electricity and oil and natural gas.
Provides the financial infrastructure of the nation. This sector consists of institutions like commercial banks, credits unions, insurance companies, mutual funds, government-sponsored enterprises, pension funds, and other financial institutions that carry out transactions.
Ensures the safety and security of food, animal feed, and food-producing animals; coordinates animal and plant disease and pest response; and provides nutritional assistance.
Ensures continuity of functions for facilities owned and leased by the government, including all federal, state, territorial, local, and tribal government facilities located in the United States and abroad.
Protects the health of the population before, during, and after disasters and attacks. The sector consists of direct healthcare, health plans and prayers, pharmaceuticals, laboratories, blood, medical materials, health information technology, mortuary care, and pubic health.
Produces information technology and includes hardware manufactures, software developers, and service providers, as well as the Internet as a key resource.
Provides nuclear power and materials used in a range of settings. The sector includes commercial and research nuclear reactors; nuclear fuel fabrication facilities, reactor decommissioning; and the transportation, storage, and disposal of nuclear materials and waste.
Enables movement of people and assists that are vital to our economy, mobility, and security with the use of aviation, ships, rail, pipelines, highways, trucks, buses, and mass transit.
Provides sources of safe drinking water from community water systems and properly treated wastewater from publicly owned treatment works.