From cyber and election security to social media and 5G, we increasingly depend on new and changing systems to carry out our everyday routines. Enhancing, protecting, and supporting this complex environment demands collaboration on a large scale. Add a global pandemic, and the need becomes even greater.
Pioneering together with our partners, we're helping to predict coronavirus outbreaks through wastewater analysis, upholding the integrity of elections, and securing the computer networks that connect us at home, work, and school.
To meet this moment, we've also evolved our own organizational infrastructure by establishing MITRE Labs. Through MITRE Labs, our work, our teams, and our organization support a culture of innovation that provides new ways of thinking and delivering impact aligned to our public interest mission.
(Video) According to Charles Clancy, senior vice president, chief futurist, and general manager of MITRE Labs, it’s time to consider a critical infrastructure designation for social media.
The roots of social inequity are longstanding and complex. Removing barriers to address racial, economic, and health-based disparities will take a systems approach. That's where MITRE comes in. #MITREFocalPointshttps://t.co/HLkXTA0ALK
As #COVID19 quickly evolved, our people demonstrated resilience & we remained committed to our guiding principle that the health & safety of our employees, their families, & our communities comes first. #MITREFocalPointshttps://t.co/yfFGJ2c9mP
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