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It’s our birthday! #CISAgov was established on November 16, 2018. From elections to COVID-19 to natural disasters and more, year two has been action-packed. Let’s take a trip down memory lane…
Informed by #cyber intelligence and real-world events, we issued several insight products, providing background on #cyber threats, #vulnerabilities, and mitigation activities: #InfoSec
One key insight was in in January when we warned partners about potential Iranian retaliation against U.S. organizations—and advised them on how to assess and strengthen their physical & cyber security. This is the kind of rapid information-sharing we aim for! #InfoSecurity
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#FBI Deputy Assistant Director Tonya Ugoretz will provide remarks regarding diversity in the cyber community at @CISAgov's Annual National Cybersecurity Summit today. You can watch at #CISAsummit
Ugoretz: Imposter syndrome feels like being a fraud who risks being found out at any moment. It’s like having an inner voice that tells you it’s only a matter of time before you’re found out to be less capable or less qualified than people think you are.
Ugoretz: Someone who has imposter syndrome struggles to internalize and accept their success. They often attribute their accomplishments to luck rather than to ability and fear that others will eventually unmask them as a fraud.
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#FBI Director Christopher Wray will speak on the evolving cyber threat landscape at @CISAgov's Annual National Cybersecurity Summit today. You can watch at 3:10 p.m. EDT at #CISAsummit
Wray: We all understand that the old approach of tackling the cyber threat one case at a time doesn’t work. ... We’ve got to take an enterprise approach—one that involves government agencies, private industry, researchers, and nonprofits.
Wray: Our strategy, in a nutshell, is to impose risk and consequences on cyber adversaries. ... [T]he best way for us to do that is by leveraging our unique authorities, our world-class capabilities, and our enduring partnerships.
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Microsoft will announce free Windows 7 support for election offices through 2020, @snlyngaas scoops:…

This seemed inevitable. Inexpensive feel-good PR for Microsoft.
Windows 7 free support news is official:…

“We want to make sure that Windows 7 end of life is not in any way an impediment to a secure and safe election," @JanNeutze says at #CISASummit. "We want to do our part.”
One impediment to deploying these updates: the need for recertification each time.

“There is a question mark at the moment as to how these updates could actually get deployed," Neutze says. "We have been actively talking to folks at the EAC as well as others in the community."
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