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What are you hopeful for in 2022?
Who else can't wait for September?
Shannon Bouschor, Director of Operations, commented on this change in dates, saying, “We are very excited about announcing our dates and site for TribalNet 2022. The September dates will offer participants an earlier start in their year for so many things that they gain at TribalNet. It allows more time to discover and evaluate new solutions for the upcoming budget season, it provides a time of year where travel is more favorable, and it allows for more room in the current year for making new connections and building professional networks. All things that our participants love the most about attending the Annual TribalNet Conference and Tradeshow. Our advisory boards and team are excited about this change and believe that it’s a big advantage to all participants.”
Tribal-ISAC is a non-profit organization, and to help cover costs to production, output of materials, etc. TribalHub has partnered with ONEHOPE Winery from California whose mission is to share wine and give hope, they will give back 10% to the Tribal-ISAC of all purchases made through this fundraiser! ONEHOPE wine is award winning and has donated over $7 MILLION dollars to non-profits! Now is a great time to stock up on delicious wine AND Support Tribal-ISAC!
ENDS JANUARY 11th!
Link to the fundraiser page: https://www.onehopewine.com/event/123894
Mission of ONEHOPE: Our mission is to share wine and give hope, which fulfills our purpose to nourish the future. We do this by giving to organizations that provide access to clean water, hunger relief, health research, and education. In addition, we proudly empower our Community to support local nonprofits that matter most to them.
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: https://hq-dhs.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/WN_n4lKTuNeR8mj6emNsqX6xA
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
"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?"
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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
** MIKE DAY OF TRIBALHUB WILL BE PRESENTING! **
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.