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CISA Launches a New Updated Website

They are trying to make it more user friendly.

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so you will have to decide if the website meets your needs.

This is what the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) says about their new web pages:

“We’ve heard that many of you have felt frustrated when trying to find the information you needed quickly. Our team spent several months talking to stakeholders and getting feedback to help develop a new, user-centric design that makes our agency’s resources and tools easier to find. The new look, feel, design and services are not only simpler to navigate, they’re also vastly improved. In addition to organizing the site by service and tool, we’ve added audience-based search capabilities, so individuals and partners have another way to find what they’re looking for. A new Spotlight section highlights the topics we support daily so you can see what we’re focused on and stay up-to-the minute on timely, trending issues. On our News and Events page, you’ll see what we’ve said and done in the past, and where we’ll be in the future.

“Importantly, the new website also reflects our One CISA philosophy. For example, now includes all the information from the former US-CERT website. All that operational content—the alerts and advisories—are still there, but now you can find it all in one place. And instead of having resources and tools buried under the divisions providing them, we consolidated them into a filterable system on our Resources and Tools page that makes it easy to find exactly what you’re looking for with just a few simple clicks.

“This has been a long-awaited project, and CISA is excited to finally share it with our partners and the public. Check out our overview video and this blog from the Director to learn more and then dive in at”
Eric Holdeman is a contributing writer for Emergency Management magazine and is the former director of the King County, Wash., Office of Emergency Management.