Priority in communications is crucial to continuity of operations when facing adverse conditions such as weather events, mass gatherings, cyber-attacks or events arising from human error. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) offers three priority telecommunications services that enable essential personnel to communicate when networks are degraded or congested. , Presented by Cathy Orcutt, Priority Services. Class Location: Classroom D.
Cathy Orcutt is the PAR for Washington. Cathy strives to increase awareness about Priority Telecommunications Services by providing approachable overviews of the services with real user stories, including stories from her own career in public safety, to illustrate the importance of these critical free services. Cathy spent 30 years in public safety communications working as a dispatcher, supervisor, and manager at the 911 Center at the Sheriff’s Office where she lives in Oregon
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