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Last 50 tweets from @ncdinglis
The Biden-Harris Administration is working to ensure U.S. leadership in the emerging field of quantum computing and to secure sensitive data against potential future compromise by quantum computers.
Replying to @ncdinglis
Today, @OMBPress released guidance directing agencies to inventory quantum-vulnerable cryptography used on their most critical systems, signifying the start of a major undertaking to prepare our Nation for the risks presented by this new technology. whitehouse.gov/wp-content/upl…
 
The Biden-Harris Administration is working to ensure U.S. leadership in the emerging field of quantum computing and to secure sensitive data against potential future compromise by quantum computers.
 
Chris Inglis Retweeted ·  
When I think of Nancy Pelosi, I think of dignity.

History will note her as the most consequential Speaker of the House of Representatives in history – she is first, last, and always for the people. America owes her a debt of gratitude for her service, patriotism, and dignity.
 
Chris Inglis Retweeted ·  
I was thrilled to kick off National Apprenticeship Week in Chicago with some amazing company, including @FLOTUS, @SecMartyWalsh, @SecRaimondo, @SecCardona, cybersecurity apprentices, and business leaders, to discuss successful apprenticeship programs.
 
Chris Inglis Retweeted ·  
As a result of our admin's 120 Day Cybersecurity Sprint, 170+ apprenticeship programs are in development and 7,000+ apprentices have been hired.

I'm glad @USDOL Deputy Secretary Julie Su joined representatives at the @WhiteHouse yesterday to share our progress. #NAW2022
 
Chris Inglis Retweeted ·  
Want to learn more about Registered Apprenticeships across the US?

Explore our new interactive map to see key stats on apprenticeship programs, demographic data and more: bit.ly/3A9EHUH #NAW2022 #ApprenticeshipUSA
Data and Statistics
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President Biden's Bipartisan Infrastructure Law represents one of the most significant investments in increasing the cyber resilience of our Nation's infrastructure. One year later, @ONCD is proud to be a part of implementing this once-in-a-generation piece of legislation.
President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law isn’t just delivering an “infrastructure week” – it’s delivering an infrastructure decade. whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/…
 
Apprenticeships, including those created under the 120-day Cybersecurity Apprenticeship Sprint, allow hard-working Americans to earn while they learn. @ONCD is proud to help advance pathways to good-paying jobs in the cyber field. whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/…
A Proclamation on National Apprenticeship Week, 2022 | The White House
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Chris Inglis Retweeted ·  
NÚKIB leadership met with 🇺🇸 delegation led by National Cyber Director @ncdinglis, Michele Markoff from @StateCDP and Deputy Director Eric Goldstein from @CISAgov to discuss supply chain security, strenghtening our resilience and cooperation in international organizations 🇨🇿🤝🇺🇸
 
Enjoyed a productive meeting with our close partners @NUKIB_CZ alongside @StateCDP and @CISAgov to discuss the importance of public-private collaboration and the imperative of increasing the resilience of critical infrastructure.
 
In reply to @ncdinglis
Check out the fact sheet from last week's International Counter Ransomware Initiative (CRI) Summit here. whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/…
Replying to @ncdinglis
You can also read more about CRI members' commitment to building global resilience to ransomware attacks in this joint statement. whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/…
 
Ransomware is an international problem that requires a collective solution. @ONCD is proud to participate in efforts taking place across the Biden-Harris Administration and with our global partners to stop ransomware. Thanks to @VP for supporting this work.
Replying to @ncdinglis
Check out the fact sheet from last week's International Counter Ransomware Initiative (CRI) Summit here. whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/…
 
Great to see @CamilleSG46 checking in from the U.S. Consulate in Frankfurt, Germany ahead of her engagements in the region.
We were excited to have Camille Stewart Gloster, the Deputy National Cyber Director for Technology and Ecosystem Security for the White House speak at today's cybersecurity symposium here in Frankfurt. Learn more about her work at @ONCD - thank you, @CamilleSG46, for visiting us! pic.twitter.com/u0apEEiQXY
 
Chris Inglis Retweeted ·  
Welcomed @ncdinglis@POTUS’s principal adviser on cyber policy and strategy—to Ottawa today for important conversations with @AnitaAnandMP, @BillBlair, @FP_Champagne, and others about our collective cybersecurity efforts and an integrated approach to cyber policy.
 
Ransomware is an international problem that requires a collective solution. @ONCD is proud to participate in efforts taking place across the Biden-Harris Administration and with our global partners to stop ransomware. Thanks to @VP for supporting this work.
Ransomware affects thousands of companies and individuals every year, which is why our Administration brought together 37 global partners and the private sector to counter its spread and impact. Together we will improve our cybersecurity and protect our citizens. pic.twitter.com/QYmPM7T618
 
Thanks, Camille and Jackie, for this great #CybersecurityAwarenessMonth video series. And thanks, John, for all that you do for @ONCD. Be sure to check out the rest of the videos in this thread!
In reply to @CamilleSG46
Our final “Pathways to Cyber” video features @ONCD Chief Of Staff John Costello.  John’s portfolio of work in cybersecurity is diverse and began when he enlisted as sailor in the US Navy. #BeCyberSmart #SeeYourselfInCyber -JB pic.twitter.com/rGrJlYKqPF
 
Chris Inglis Retweeted ·  
Safety and cybersecurity for electric vehicles must be a priority.

Stakeholders in the EV and EV supply equipment sectors met at the White House and agreed to:

✅Identify opportunities for standardization
✅Outline a shared vision
✅Assess opportunities for future research
 
Chris Inglis Retweeted ·  
In reply to @DepSecGraves
The #DepSec ended this week by moderating a cybersecurity roundtable, where we brought private and government leaders together to discuss best practices to strengthen security and safeguard U.S. businesses.
 
Thanks to @DepSecGraves for hosting Anne Neuberger of NSC, @CISAJen, Kevin Stine of @NIST, business leaders, and me for a roundtable on cybersecurity in the private sector. We look forward to building on this discussion to improve public-private collaboration in cybersecurity.
 
In reply to @ncdinglis
Jenny asked a pressing question: what is the biggest issue in cybersecurity, and how can we fix it? What comes to mind is what I call "willful ambivalence" – the idea that defending cyberspace is someone else's problem. Cybersecurity is a team sport. pic.twitter.com/9b3UwdEPKK
Replying to @ncdinglis
I was so inspired by the students’ passion and commitment to such a critical issue for America and across the globe. I can’t wait to see what the next generation of cyber leaders like these fine young people will accomplish.
 
In reply to @ncdinglis
Eyitooni was curious to know what it took to become the National Cyber Director. With hard work, continued commitment, and perseverance, I believe Eyitooni could one day become the National Cyber Director too. pic.twitter.com/70TKN68iTf
Replying to @ncdinglis
Jenny asked a pressing question: what is the biggest issue in cybersecurity, and how can we fix it? What comes to mind is what I call "willful ambivalence" – the idea that defending cyberspace is someone else's problem. Cybersecurity is a team sport.
 
In reply to @ncdinglis
William asked about what he should be doing to protect his computer against viruses. One of the most important things to do is to always think before you click a link! pic.twitter.com/hzZYfIKtB9
Replying to @ncdinglis
Eyitooni was curious to know what it took to become the National Cyber Director. With hard work, continued commitment, and perseverance, I believe Eyitooni could one day become the National Cyber Director too.
 
In reply to @ncdinglis
Computer science major and college sophomore Ara wanted to know what motivates the people who power @ONCD. It's mission above all else. pic.twitter.com/YiRCSaQvre
Replying to @ncdinglis
William asked about what he should be doing to protect his computer against viruses. One of the most important things to do is to always think before you click a link!
 
In reply to @ncdinglis
Nadya, a senior at @ODpscd, asked about the process for defending against a cyber attack. It takes all of us to defend each of us. pic.twitter.com/P3ckkZNKGH
Replying to @ncdinglis
Computer science major and college sophomore Ara wanted to know what motivates the people who power @ONCD. It's mission above all else.
 
In reply to @ncdinglis
Brothers Octane and Ozil thoughtfully inquired why websites don’t have security ratings like restaurants or TV shows. What a great suggestion! pic.twitter.com/3k9vmI2cwb
Replying to @ncdinglis
Nadya, a senior at @ODpscd, asked about the process for defending against a cyber attack. It takes all of us to defend each of us.
 
In reply to @ncdinglis
Grace, a freshman at @UofIllinois, raised a great question for students of all levels: what can we do to support cyber safety, and how do we protect our personal information in cyberspace? Using strong passwords and multi-factor authentication is a great place to start! pic.twitter.com/icqN2Pau21
Replying to @ncdinglis
Brothers Octane and Ozil thoughtfully inquired why websites don’t have security ratings like restaurants or TV shows. What a great suggestion!
 
This week, I held a Zoom call with some very impressive students to talk about cybersecurity. Their questions were insightful, and their futures are bright! pic.twitter.com/sUQPMTN6FJ
Replying to @ncdinglis
Grace, a freshman at @UofIllinois, raised a great question for students of all levels: what can we do to support cyber safety, and how do we protect our personal information in cyberspace? Using strong passwords and multi-factor authentication is a great place to start!
 
This week, I held a Zoom call with some very impressive students to talk about cybersecurity. Their questions were insightful, and their futures are bright!
 
Chris Inglis Retweeted ·  
It was great to join National Cyber Director @ncdinglis & many others for the cybersecurity executive forum on electric vehicles earlier today. I underscored our focus on building a resilient, secure EV ecosystem as we implement the $7.5B in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
 
In reply to @ncdinglis
We were pleased to welcome Deputy Secretary of @USDOT Polly Trottenberg, Deputy Secretary of @ENERGY David Turk, @MitchLandrieu46, Deputy National Security Advisor Anne Neuberger, other senior government officials, and senior private-sector executives. pic.twitter.com/KBsuFu3DbN
 
Today, @KembaWalden46 and I hosted a discussion on cybersecurity in the electric vehicle ecosystem. @ONCD is committed to working with our partners to ensure the Biden-Harris Administration's historic investments in our Nation's EV infrastructure are secure and resilient. pic.twitter.com/CVn3mxzzjX
Replying to @ncdinglis
We were pleased to welcome Deputy Secretary of @USDOT Polly Trottenberg, Deputy Secretary of @ENERGY David Turk, @MitchLandrieu46, Deputy National Security Advisor Anne Neuberger, other senior government officials, and senior private-sector executives.
 
Today, @KembaWalden46 and I hosted a discussion on cybersecurity in the electric vehicle ecosystem. @ONCD is committed to working with our partners to ensure the Biden-Harris Administration's historic investments in our Nation's EV infrastructure are secure and resilient.
 
Thank you, Senate Sergeant at Arms Karen Gibson, for hosting me for a fireside chat today. I enjoyed discussing the importance of strengthening our collective defense, prioritizing security by design, building a diverse cyber workforce, and driving public-private collaboration.
 
Looking forward to this discussion. Please tune in!
On Thursday, October 27, @CSIS_Tech hosts @ncdinglis @ONCD and Anne Neuberger to discuss the Biden-Harris Administration’s work to strengthen U.S. cybersecurity.

Watch/register here: csis.org/events/convers…
 
Chris Inglis Retweeted ·  
This #CyberMonth, @ncdinglis and Federal CISO Chris DeRusha discuss how we all have a part to play in securing our nation's cybersecurity. Check it out:
 
In reply to @ncdinglis
I will continue to challenge my colleagues in @ONCD and across the cyber ecosystem to build diverse and inclusive teams. I will keep reaching back, pulling people along in their journey, and reminding them that they #BelongInCyber too.
Replying to @ncdinglis
Thank you to @ONCD and @ncdinglis for this opportunity to share my story and encourage people from all backgrounds to leave their fingerprints everywhere they go and help others along the way. #ShareTheMicInCyber
 
In reply to @ncdinglis
To build a more diverse cyber workforce, employers have to recruit talent from a variety of educational institutions, including community colleges, technical colleges, and apprenticeship programs. Many cyber jobs pay well and don’t require a college degree!
Replying to @ncdinglis
I will continue to challenge my colleagues in @ONCD and across the cyber ecosystem to build diverse and inclusive teams. I will keep reaching back, pulling people along in their journey, and reminding them that they #BelongInCyber too.
 
In reply to @ncdinglis
I see few people who look like me in most cyber meetings and conferences I attend. The good news is that with the 700K open cyber jobs, we have an opportunity to build a more diverse cyber workforce. If we are serious about it, we can help make meaningful and lasting change.
Replying to @ncdinglis
To build a more diverse cyber workforce, employers have to recruit talent from a variety of educational institutions, including community colleges, technical colleges, and apprenticeship programs. Many cyber jobs pay well and don’t require a college degree!
 
In reply to @ncdinglis
I see diversity as an advantage. Especially in cyber, teams with multiple viewpoints solve problems more effectively. Having different perspectives at the table to address a common challenge yields positive results. I, and the teams I work with, strive to lead by example.
Replying to @ncdinglis
I see few people who look like me in most cyber meetings and conferences I attend. The good news is that with the 700K open cyber jobs, we have an opportunity to build a more diverse cyber workforce. If we are serious about it, we can help make meaningful and lasting change.
 
In reply to @ncdinglis
As a leader and manager, I always strive to be fair, treat people equitably, and promote a safe and harmonious environment for my colleagues. I expect the same in return.
Replying to @ncdinglis
I see diversity as an advantage. Especially in cyber, teams with multiple viewpoints solve problems more effectively. Having different perspectives at the table to address a common challenge yields positive results. I, and the teams I work with, strive to lead by example.
 
In reply to @ncdinglis
At the @WhiteHouse, I continue to work with dedicated people in a mission-driven environment. I’m proud to call these people my colleagues — including my sorority sister Keisha Lance Bottoms — and to work somewhere where diversity is championed and celebrated. pic.twitter.com/lB65Z8pm2u
Replying to @ncdinglis
As a leader and manager, I always strive to be fair, treat people equitably, and promote a safe and harmonious environment for my colleagues. I expect the same in return.
 
In reply to @ncdinglis
The Army gave me a platform to lead devoted people from all walks of life united in a shared mission. pic.twitter.com/npBrXOmId2
Replying to @ncdinglis
At the @WhiteHouse, I continue to work with dedicated people in a mission-driven environment. I’m proud to call these people my colleagues — including my sorority sister Keisha Lance Bottoms — and to work somewhere where diversity is championed and celebrated.
 
In reply to @ncdinglis
I attended @JSUNews, where I pledged @dstinc1913. After school, I received my commission as a Second Lieutenant in the Military Police Corps. Each part of my journey enhanced my learning, shaped my leadership philosophy, and taught me the value of strong teams.
Replying to @ncdinglis
The Army gave me a platform to lead devoted people from all walks of life united in a shared mission.
 
In reply to @ncdinglis
I am here today because of hard work, faith, and discipline. I was raised by a single parent and older sibling in a predominantly Black community within a small southern town in NC. Most people worked in tobacco fields or cleaned homes – limited options for my higher aspirations.
Replying to @ncdinglis
I attended @JSUNews, where I pledged @dstinc1913. After school, I received my commission as a Second Lieutenant in the Military Police Corps. Each part of my journey enhanced my learning, shaped my leadership philosophy, and taught me the value of strong teams.
 
In reply to @ncdinglis
I am a 30-year Army vet who served multiple tours including in Afghanistan, daughter of a 3-tour Vietnam vet and of a cancer survivor, wife of a retired Army officer, and mother of a current Airman. I was taught resilience at a young age and learned to “handle hard better.” pic.twitter.com/BUsIU1Hh1B
Replying to @ncdinglis
I am here today because of hard work, faith, and discipline. I was raised by a single parent and older sibling in a predominantly Black community within a small southern town in NC. Most people worked in tobacco fields or cleaned homes – limited options for my higher aspirations.
 
In reply to @ncdinglis
Getting to this place took a lot of grit, faith, and determination. I stand on the shoulders of others and work every day to leave a mark and reach back to assist those behind me.
Replying to @ncdinglis
I am a 30-year Army vet who served multiple tours including in Afghanistan, daughter of a 3-tour Vietnam vet and of a cancer survivor, wife of a retired Army officer, and mother of a current Airman. I was taught resilience at a young age and learned to “handle hard better.”
 
In reply to @ncdinglis
As a senior leader responsible for overseeing the staffing of our new office, I get to help build @ONCD from the ground up and ensure that we promote DEIA in the process. I am grateful to have the support of @ncdinglis and the rest of the senior leadership team in this work.
Replying to @ncdinglis
Getting to this place took a lot of grit, faith, and determination. I stand on the shoulders of others and work every day to leave a mark and reach back to assist those behind me.
 
In reply to @ncdinglis
My path to cyber is one of service, sacrifice, and commitment. As an African American woman, I’m a tireless advocate of anti-racism in the workplace and know from experience that diversity and inclusion are key to ensuring that organizations thrive and people feel supported.
Replying to @ncdinglis
As a senior leader responsible for overseeing the staffing of our new office, I get to help build @ONCD from the ground up and ensure that we promote DEIA in the process. I am grateful to have the support of @ncdinglis and the rest of the senior leadership team in this work.
 
Hello everyone! I'm Deborah Grays, Assistant National Cyber Director for Resource Management & Administration, and I'm excited to be participating in #ShareTheMicInCyber with @ncdinglis to share my story, how it impacts my work in @ONCD, why I #BelongInCyber, and why you do too.
Replying to @ncdinglis
My path to cyber is one of service, sacrifice, and commitment. As an African American woman, I’m a tireless advocate of anti-racism in the workplace and know from experience that diversity and inclusion are key to ensuring that organizations thrive and people feel supported.
 
Hello everyone! I'm Deborah Grays, Assistant National Cyber Director for Resource Management & Administration, and I'm excited to be participating in #ShareTheMicInCyber with @ncdinglis to share my story, how it impacts my work in @ONCD, why I #BelongInCyber, and why you do too.
 
 
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