"The ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has temporarily altered our daily activities. People are rightly practicing social distancing to limit community spread, in line with the President’s Coronavirus Guidelines for America. Many houses of worship have also suspended or significantly reduced services to avoid mass gatherings. Although many people undoubtedly continue to practice their faith, including through remote services and prayer, most are inevitably eager to return to normalcy and join their fellow congregants in practicing their faiths. The American people are resilient, and we will achieve this goal soon."
TL;DR: Leaders are encouraged to respect the horrible tragedy in New Zealand and the potential for copycat, inspired, or retaliatory attacks by extremists. At this time, FB-ISAO is unaware of […]
“The core mission of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is to collaborate with public and private sector stakeholders to develop and disseminate resources […]