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Cybersecurity

​​​Since 2004, the President designates October as National Cyber Security Awareness Month. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS)—in coordination with the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) and the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC)—supports this designation by proactively advancing preparedness through increased awareness and information sharing. Now in its 11th year, National Cyber Security Awareness Month promotes cybersecurity through events and initiatives.

As a partner in the DHS Stop.Think.Connect.™ Campaign, NACo is proud to promote NCSAM and the importance of online safety.

Throughout the month of October NACo will be highlighting the issue of cybersecurity in County News, on the NACo website and on the NACo social media channels. We hope you will join our efforts to promote this issue. Online safety and security are shared responsibilities; together we can positively impact our online community.
 
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Karon Harden
Director
Professional Development, Education and Training
202.942.4277​


Chris Rodgers
Taskforce Chair
Commissioner
Douglas County, NE​
 

 Cyber For Counties Guidebook

 

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Counties must plan to respond to cyber attacks the way they to plan to manage blizzards, epidemics and other emergencies: determine which assets are at risk, their worth to the county, and implement security controls to protect them.

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 2015 Cyber Webinar Programs

 
 

 NACo Podcasts: Cyber Attack and Response

 
County Case Study: Cyber Attack and Response

Release date: November 7th

 

 2014 National Cyber Security Awareness Month Proclamation

 

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In an effort to recognize October as National Cyber Security Awareness Month, NACo Cyber Task Force Chair, Chris Rodgers and the Cyber for Counties Task Force are urging counties to show support for National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) in October by issuing proclamations.

Each October, NCSAM reminds us that being safer and more secure online is a shared responsibility— and each of us has an important role to play. The sample proclamation is attached. If your county issues the proclamation we want to hear about it! Please make sure you let us know! We want to recognize all of our counties that are signed on with this effort!​

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