Andrea Fendt is a Senior Risk Analyst with the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s National Risk Management Center. Andrea provides qualitative and quantitative consequence analysis of cyber and physical infrastructure risks to advance the understanding of and support decisions to secure National Critical Functions and critical infrastructure sectors in support of CISA and its partners. Andrea’s areas of focus include the Healthcare and Public Health and Emergency Services sectors, as well as applying the National Critical Functions Framework to perform in-depth analysis on cross-cutting issues including existing and emerging threats. Andrea supports the National Critical Functions Framework and other NRMC priority initiatives by providing direct and cascading consequence analysis to understand and communicate risks to U.S. critical infrastructure. Andrea has a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and International Relations from the University of Delaware and a Master’s Degree in Security Studies from Georgetown University.