The Time is NOW to Make Cybersecurity a Bigger Priority
Intrusion attacks have been increasing dramatically, and there’s no end. Cyberattackers are motivated, persistent, creative, and highly talented — so attack vectors constantly evolve, seemingly at warp speed. Consequently, public-sector organizations must be continuously vigilant in protecting their networks, systems, and devices, as well as the people who use them. And a new federal funding program targeted at state and local government organizations was announced in September. It will go a long way in helping to make public sector organizations more cyber-resilient.
Tune in to this MCP panel discussion featuring cyber experts from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA), Mission Critical Partners, and the FCC’s former Chief of Public Safety and Homeland Security on October 20 at 11 a.m. ET to learn how your organization can develop a cybersecurity strategy that aligns with your operational environment, as well as your financial and information technology resources. Also discussed will be information regarding the new federal funding program offered by CISA and FEMA.
Attendees will learn the following:
- The current threat environment and how it’s expected to evolve over the next 24 months
- Tools offered by CISA and solutions from Mission Critical Partners for combating cyberattacks
- New funding opportunities and how public-sector organizations should formulate their strategy to secure funding
- The essential elements of a cybersecurity strategic plan
Billy Bob Brown, Jr.
Executive Assistant Director, CISA Emergency Communications Division
President and CEO, Mission Critical Partners
Retired Admiral David Simpson
Former Chief, Public Safety and Homeland Security, FCC
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