Connecting state and local government leaders
We’ll discuss how to think about effectively protecting agency IT assets and safeguarding public sector information. Register today for this free event.
It's no secret that state, county and municipal governments around the U.S. are vulnerable to cyber assaults. IT security personnel need to be on guard to react to rapidly changing threats from ransomware, data breaches, website vandalism and DDOS attacks to not only protect agency assets but also sensitive information the public sector is responsible for safeguarding.
But in an era of limited resources, how should state and local governments prepare their defenses in the face of more and more complex threats in an increasingly interconnected world?
In a special Route Fifty viewcast on cybersecurity, moderated by Executive Editor Michael Grass, we’ll discuss some of the leading issues in state and local government cybersecurity and get insights on the current threat landscape and best practices to keep in mind when designing a cyber defense strategy and assembling the necessary resources to deploy it.
Included on our panel, which is scheduled for Thursday, June 9, at 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT:
- Christina Ayiotis, Co-Chair, Georgetown Cybersecurity Law Institute
- Bill McIntyre, Assistant Director, Department of Information Technology, Loudoun County, Virginia