During Black History Month, we focused our newsletter on our efforts in support of social justice and our partnerships with HBCUs and BEYA. Read more about these initiatives, as well as our work to ensure healthcare access for veterans and transparent accounting of pandemic relief funds.
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To kick off 2021, MITRE is continuing to focus on COVID-19 with a coalition to ensure everyone vaccinated has a trustworthy, traceable, and universally recognized digital record of vaccination. We also focused this month on Dr. King's legacy of service, our continuing innovations, as well as how our work drives government policies forward, particularly following a transition.
In this issue we end 2020 by celebrating our people who gave back to their communities in meaningful ways in the face of COVID-19. Plus, we are expanding our partnership with Spelman College to advance women in STEM, and MITRE continues to make an impact globally, including our work with the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore on making air travel safer.
We are using our data-driven systems thinking to make a real impact on social justice, and learn how our Sara Alert™ app is broadening access to healthcare. Plus, read about our work alongside Microsoft to take on machine learning threats.
In this timely issue, learn about MITRE's SQUINT™ app, which officials in 11 states are using to report and correct inaccurate election information. Also, read about mitigating the threat of a nuclear electromagnetic pulse. In our COVID-19 coverage, explore how we area supporting plasma donations and taking care of our own employees within MITRE.
Explore our “Six Steps to a Safe, Trusted Election in November” paper and learn about our new nonpartisan Center for Data-Driven Policy. Also, hear from our people, including our Colorado interns and Chief Futurist Charles Clancy, who discusses social media as a critical infrastructure.
Hear from MITRE about planning for on-campus K-12 education during COVID-19; learn about some of our cybersecurity work; and meet one of our employees fostering dogs during the pandemic.
In this issue find out how we are accelerating innovation and enhancing our R&D capabilities with an eye toward anticipating the next technology disruption. Learn about our work in AI and modeling that supports sound decision-making.
Our people are our greatest assets, so this month's newsletter shares a few of their personal stories. Plus, MITRE continues to support COVID-19 response. Read about those efforts. Have you heard about synthetic medical data and how it can help in disease modeling? Find out.
In the May 2020 issue of MITRE Focal Points newsletter, we continued to share timely stories about our impact in the fight against COVID-19. Learn more about our efforts and tools. Plus, hear how MITRE is charting the path to find indicators of genome editing, and meet Kevin Toner, who is working to ensure that the U.S. dollar remains the secure international currency standard.
In the April 2020 issue of MITRE Focal Points newsletter, we updated our readers on the COVID-19 Healthcare Coalition. We also shared our continued work to support the U.S. in the Great Power Competition. A bonus in this issue is a video and news release about MITRE ATT&CK
® Evaluations. March 2020
In the March 2020 issue of MITRE Focal Points newsletter, we shared our response to COVID-19, including our research, tools, and new Healthcare Coalition focused on coordinating data and best practices.
In the second issue of MITRE Focal Points newsletter, we explored election security, the new Homeland Security Experts Group supported by MITRE, a cybersecurity engineer working on cross-domain technologies, how MITRE connects startups and governments, and how a nudge can go a long way in changing taxpayer behavior.
MITRE touches your life every day. We’re introducing MITRE Focal Points to share our impact in support of our mission of solving problems for a safer world—in cybersecurity, healthcare IT, transportation, national security, and beyond.