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Indiana Cybersecurity

Indiana Cybersecurity > Executive Council on Cybersecurity Executive Council on Cybersecurity

In April 2016, Governor Mike Pence announced the formation of the Indiana State Executive Council on Cybersecurity (Cybersecurity Council), a comprehensive public-private partnership charged with enhancing Indiana’s ability to prevent, respond to and recover from all types of cybersecurity issues, including attacks. The Cybersecurity Council, established by Executive Order, will include expertise from public and private partners.

The Cybersecurity Council’s goals include formalizing strategic cybersecurity partnerships across the public and private sectors, strengthening best practices to protect information technology infrastructure, and building and maintaining robust statewide cyber incident response capabilities. Indiana is calling on experts in state and federal government, business, Indiana’s National Guard, and academia to work together, communicate in a timely manner and share best practices for mitigating cybersecurity threats.

The Cybersecurity Council will be comprised of 23 members from various public and private sector organizations across the state.

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