This lecture discusses two frameworks recently proposed to promote the risk intelligence and disaster resilience of infrastructure systems. First, the system-reliability-based disaster resilience framework provides a holistic perspective based on three criteria: reliability (b), redundancy (p), and recoverability. The framework supports resilience-informed decision-making processes through a b-p diagram obtained by reliability analyses. Second, the lecture describes the concept of risk intelligence in terms of four elements: risk identification, integration, inference and implementation. Recent research activities to promote risk intelligence are presented along with opportunities and challenges.