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Leslie McLoveTribalHub Admin.
TribalHub Marketing Specialist
Tomorrow, Tuesday, October 19th at 1 pm ET, TribalWise sits down with BIG Cyber for a webinar on how ransomware has become a prime global cybersecurity threat and is evolving into new and more dangerous forms. This webinar will look at some recent ransomware examples, types of ransomware in use today, the evolving ransomware toolset and techniques, detecting ransomware activity, responding to a ransomware event and preventive steps that can be taken against ransomware.

Reserve your virtual seat today:
Eric Cutright
Chief Information Officer, Karuk Tribe
Does anyone have a recommendation for a good content delivery or management system for posting past council meeting videos online? We have mpeg recordings for nearly 2 years of meetings, and the membership has requested we make these available for viewing.
Elvis Walkin
Information Security Administrator, Oneida Nation
Hi everyone, this is Elvis B. Walkin. I’m an Information Security Administrator at the Oneida Nation and just joined the group. Looking forward to connecting and communicating with everyone.
Jeremy Brown
IT Project Managment, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians
Hello all, Jeremy Brown here.....
I am the IT Project manager with Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. Glad to be aboard
Tiffany KorenicTribalHub Admin
TribalHub Membership & Connections Representative

Today at the Tribal DHS Summit, the Tribal-ISAC will be presenting from 2:50-3:20 ET. You may recognize our very own community members and Tribal ISAC steering committee members Michael Day Rob Aton and Toni Pepper! Please log on and show your support and learn more about Tribal-ISAC and cybersecurity. See you in the chat!

Here is the registration link:

Presentation Topic:
Tribal Information Sharing and Analysis Center. The Tribal-ISAC is a growing non-profit community of trusted sovereign tribes who have joined to increase their preparedness against cybersecurity attacks that relentlessly threaten valued tribal resources, enterprises, casinos, healthcare facilities, and tribal governments.

Mike Day, Executive Officer, TribalHub
Robert Aton, Director of IT, The Mill Casino Hotel & RV Park
Toni Pepper, Chief Information Technology Officer, San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
Tiffany KorenicTribalHub Admin
TribalHub Membership & Connections Representative
A member has asked the following:

"Looking to network with Casinos running Bally/Scientific Games ACSC Version 13 on an IBM Power system(AS400/Iseries/iASP/HA) in a multi-property universal environment. What does your maintenance window look like when performing ACSC upgrades/role swaps?"

Can any of you provide insight here on this? If so, please comment below or email me at Thank you in advance.
Sault Tribe Thrive
An Economic Development program of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians
Introduction-- Hello Everyone, Just wanted to start our first post here on this page. Had some issues with it at first but it was our own network causing the issue, its now been resolved and we can Post and converse.
Just wanted to give a shout out to the staff at Tribal Hub for getting us all squared away and thank you for connecting with us here at Sault Tribe Thrive.
If anyone is interested in learning more about us please visit us

Thank you
FYI - Potential incident related to Aristocrat's One Link Progressive system at a property was shared - local IT 's security tools detected MPP service on controllers that feed the progressive signs was trying to send messages to Russia. Luckily they have policies in place to prevent traffic to other countries. Property contacted vendor, since they have no access to these devices to interrogate - vendor rebooted, which wiped out the logs. Vendor says it was likely related to NTP - property not buying it and refuse to re-enable use until more reseach is done or assurances can be made that hardware/software is secure.

Sharing in case others have seen this type of behavior on this system.
Tiffany KorenicTribalHub Admin
TribalHub Membership & Connections Representative

Hi TribalHub Community!
Check out this Tribal-DHS 2021 Homeland Security Summit. There's a familiar face presenting on Wednesday, August 11th who you will not want to miss! See below for details and register for the event!

Our series of meetings brings us together to hear from practitioners and subject matter experts in various homeland security interests. We will share available resources and efforts across the homeland security enterprise.

Monday August 9, 2:00-5:00 ET

Hear from tribal associations on homeland security efforts and opportunities and from training providers. Presenters are invited from FEMA’s Emergency Management Institute, FEMA’s Center for Domestic Preparedness, the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers, and the National Domestic Preparedness Consortium. You will hear Tribal Nation insights on nation-to-nation relationships.

Tuesday August 10, 2:00-5:00 ET

Our focus is on resiliency, crisis, and disaster management. You will hear aspects of homeland security from thought leaders and incorporating continued opportunities in strengthening homeland security efforts.

Wednesday, August 11, 2:00-5:00 ET

We will focus on emergency communications and tribal cybersecurity efforts. Learn how some tribes are using available tools and resources along with technical support to work toward sure communications and community notification.

Thursday, August 12, 2:00-5:00 ET

The Department’s Blue Campaign will share an overview of its efforts in Indian Country related to anti-human trafficking. We will review travel protocols and requirements in a discussion on Tribal Nation issued identifications for air travel and hear a presentation on Enhanced Tribal Cards for border crossing. Other federal agencies will share valuable insights to their programs.

Registration Link:
Tiffany KorenicTribalHub Admin
TribalHub Membership & Connections Representative
The Indian Health Service invites you to join us on Thursday, July 8, for our monthly call for Tribal leaders and Urban Indian Organization leaders to provide important IHS updates and to extend an opportunity for leaders to share input with IHS officials.

• Date: Thursday, July 8, 2021
• Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM (Eastern) – 12pm AZ, NV, 1pm UT
• Join ZoomGov Meeting:
• Meeting ID: 160 690 8068

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Meeting ID: 160 690 8068

1. Agency Update – Ms. Elizabeth Fowler, Acting Director, IHS
2. Facilities Appropriations Advisory Board Update – Mr. James Ludington, Director, Office of Environmental Health & Engineering
3. Tribal Leaders Diabetes Committee | Special Diabetes Program for Indians Update – Mr. Darrell LaRoche, Director, Office of Clinical and Preventive Services
4. Scholarship and Loan Repayment Programs – CAPT Francine Barnett, Director, Division of Health Professions Support, Office of Human Resources
5. Facilitated Open Discussion with Tribal Leaders and Urban Indian Organization Leaders

For information on upcoming events, please visit the IHS Event Calendar Web site:


DOJ COPS De-Escalation Law Enforcement Agency Grants
Application Deadline: July 21 & 22, 2021

DOJ OVW Tribal Consultation
Virtual Event - August 17-20, 2021

DOJ Tribal Access Program (TAP) Application Period Now Open
Application Deadline: August 31, 2021

NTIA Tribal Broadband Connectivity Grant Program
Application Deadline: September 1, 2021

NTIA Issues Updated Federal Broadband Funding Guide

FCC Releases 911 Fee Diversion Report

FCC Expands Role of Diversity Committee

U.S. EPA's OEM developed a training video on EPCRA, “ Protecting Communities from Chemical Accidents: Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act”, to raise awareness of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) to new generations of planners and responders, state, tribal and local officials, emergency management leadership and the public. It presents a basic level of understanding of the roles and requirements of EPCRA to maintain effective participation to protect communities from chemical accidents.
The video can be accessed on the following sites:
• YouTube
• EPCRA main page (“What’s New” box on right side)
• New video webpage
• What is EPCRA? page (embedded video beneath the previous video)