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IECC Unveils 2021 Strategic Plan and State of Cyber Report
The Indiana Executive Council on Cybersecurity (IECC) unanimously approved its 2021 Indiana Cybersecurity Strategic Plan and State of Cyber Report (2017-2021) and provided them to Governor Holcomb.
The plan and report further establish Indiana as one of the leading states in cybersecurity collaboration and initiatives in the nation. Click here for more information or click the below cover to read the respective plan or report.
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THERE'S NO SOAP OPERA WITH OUR "DAYS OF OUR CYBER LIVES" PODCAST SERIES - CHECK IT OUT!
Here in Indiana, cybersecurity is a top priority. And, one of the most important resources for protecting all Hoosiers is the connection to local government (and the services provided to the communities they serve). The "Days of Our Cyber Lives" podcast series -- co-hosted by Indiana Treasurer of State Kelly Mitchell, Indiana Bond Band Executive Director Mark Wuellner and Chetrice Mosley-Romero, who serves as the State of Indiana Cybersecurity Program Director, -- is a timeless resource for all things #cyber. Here's a complete guide for you to enjoy each and every episode, with links to wherever you enjoy listening (and watching) your favorite podcasts! Experience it TODAY!
ACT NOW TO PROTECT AGAINST INCREASED CYBER RISKS
In light of the Russian military attack on Ukraine, the global threat of cybersecurity risks also are on the rise, both on the international and local level. The military action already has been accompanied by cyber attacks on the Ukrainian government and critical infrastructure organizations.
While there are no specific or credible cyber threats to the U.S. homeland at this time, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is warning organizations of the potential for Russia’s destabilizing actions to impact organizations both within and beyond the region, particularly in the wake of sanctions imposed by the United States and its Allies. Every organization -- large and small -- must be prepared to respond to disruptive cyber activity.
CISA has launched a new Shields Up site to provide the latest guidance and information to help organizations increase their resilience to cyber attacks and protect people and property. This robust catalog of free resources will be especially helpful today, as the cybersecurity threats facing the world have increased exponentially.