Ms. Emily Frye is Director for Cyber Integration in the Center for Securing the Homeland at The MITRE Corporation.
Ms. Frye launched the Election Integrity program at MITRE, known for pioneering the nationwide SQUINT program for countering misinformation and building the National Election Security Lab for states, vendors, and the federal government.
Ms. Frye has practiced law, moved a startup through three rounds of venture funding, served as the Director of Research for a think tank focused on Critical Infrastructure Protection, and consulted extensively across technical and policy issues in both the public and private sectors. Her particular expertise brings together technical, legal, and business perspectives to inform homeland security risk and resilience management, cybersecurity policy and critical infrastructure protection. She serves as a Senior Fellow at the McCrary Institute, a visiting advisor to the National Governors Association committee on state contributions to national security, and as a Technical Advisor to the Aspen Commission on Information Disorder.