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Rochester school IT guru a FEMA chief

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The Middle East. The Pentagon’s War Room. The Boston Marathon bombing.

Rochester School Department IT guru and Army reservist Dave Yasenchock has been no stranger to the front lines of challenging situations in his 32-year military career, particularly of the world-changing variety.

But few have been as intense and complex as the converging issues he’s tackling with COVID-19 and U.S. election threats as FEMA’s New England emergency preparedness chief and a cybersecurity expert. Not to mention juggling those duties with his day job fending off the types of cyberattacks that are increasingly focused on “prime,” lower-profile local targets like Rochester’s schools… Continue reading at fosters.com

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