From national security and personal privacy to medical devices and critical infrastructure, the world lives online to an extent that the internet's pioneers probably never imagined.
As one of those pioneers, MITRE has long been a trusted adviser to government agencies—providing guidance on preventing and thwarting cyber intrusions. And we were among the first to promote the idea that partnering to share cyber threat information is one of the most effective ways to defend against increasingly stealthy attackers.
We invite you to learn more about some of our most recent advances in cybersecurity, from a community-driven framework that makes it easier to analyze how adversaries behave inside networks to ideas to improve cybersecurity for U.S. elections.
Greg Shemancik shares how mCODE & CodeX initiatives seek to capture high-quality data needed to improve cancer research and care as part of a ‘Learning Health System.’ #MITREFocalPointshttps://t.co/elnSzLKH5X
Childhood obesity is a problem in the U.S. While we have plenty of data to help find answers, it's hard to bring that data together. The Childhood Obesity Data Initiative aims to change that. #MITREFocalPointshttps://t.co/8p2bNuMz11
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