Cybersecurity for Counties

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    Cybersecurity for Counties

    Protect your county with NACo and the MS-ISAC

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    To learn more about how to increase cybersecurity protections with NACo and MS-ISAC, and to enroll your county in the cybersecurity program, visit https://learn.cisecurity.org/ms-isac-registration.

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    NACo has partnered with the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC) to promote increased cybersecurity protections for county governments.

    The MS-ISAC is the US Department of Homeland Security’s key resource for cyber threat prevention, protection, response and recovery for state and local governments.

    At no cost, counties can get involved in this cybersecurity program, which can provide:

    • vulnerability management program,
    • IP and domain monitoring,
    • notifications of possible compromises,
    • incident response resources,
    • tools for simplifying security updates,
    • secure portals for communication and document sharing,
    • cyber intel advisories & alerts,
    • malicious code analysis platform and
    • self-assessments for cybersecurity management.

    Cybersecurity for counties provides real-time monitoring and early threat detections through the MS-ISAC’s Security Operations Center and threat response with their Computer Emergency Response Team. They provide 24x7 support and offer a professional team to assist with cybersecurity incidents.

    In addition to these resources, the MS-ISAC can provide additional cybersecurity services at cost. These services include:

    • Network security monitoring & analysis
    • Vulnerability assessment services
    • Network and web application penetration testing
    • Phishing assessments

    To learn more about how to increase cybersecurity protections with NACo and MS-ISAC, and to enroll your county in the cybersecurity program, visit https://learn.cisecurity.org/ms-isac-registration.

    Protect your county with NACo and the MS-ISAC.
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Protect your county with NACo and the MS-ISAC

Learn More

To learn more about how to increase cybersecurity protections with NACo and MS-ISAC, and to enroll your county in the cybersecurity program, visit https://learn.cisecurity.org/ms-isac-registration.

Program Flyer


Sign Up Today

NACo has partnered with the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC) to promote increased cybersecurity protections for county governments.

The MS-ISAC is the US Department of Homeland Security’s key resource for cyber threat prevention, protection, response and recovery for state and local governments.

At no cost, counties can get involved in this cybersecurity program, which can provide:

  • vulnerability management program,
  • IP and domain monitoring,
  • notifications of possible compromises,
  • incident response resources,
  • tools for simplifying security updates,
  • secure portals for communication and document sharing,
  • cyber intel advisories & alerts,
  • malicious code analysis platform and
  • self-assessments for cybersecurity management.

Cybersecurity for counties provides real-time monitoring and early threat detections through the MS-ISAC’s Security Operations Center and threat response with their Computer Emergency Response Team. They provide 24x7 support and offer a professional team to assist with cybersecurity incidents.

In addition to these resources, the MS-ISAC can provide additional cybersecurity services at cost. These services include:

  • Network security monitoring & analysis
  • Vulnerability assessment services
  • Network and web application penetration testing
  • Phishing assessments

To learn more about how to increase cybersecurity protections with NACo and MS-ISAC, and to enroll your county in the cybersecurity program, visit https://learn.cisecurity.org/ms-isac-registration.

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    County Tech Xchange

    The NACo County Tech Xchange is an online portal designed to connect county CIOs, IT Directors, CISOs, and other county IT leadership. This portal provides valuable resources in a central location which counties can use to improve their overall technology infrastructure.
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    TestIT: How Fast is Your Broadband

    NACo has partnered with the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) and the Rural Community Assistance Partnership (RCAP) to develop a mobile app designed to identify areas with low or no connectivity to help ensure adequate funding for broadband infrastructure is provided across the country.
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    Telecommunications & Technology Steering Committee

    All matters pertaining to telecommunications and technology policy, including, but not limited to, the county role as a telecommunications regulator, service provider, and consumer, cable services technology and implementation, information technology development and implementation, information technology innovation, e-governance, and geo-spatial data collection and utilization.
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