Furthering Cybersecurity Within the State and Local Government Using Digital Modernization
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November 10, 2021, 1:30-2:30 PM ET
1 CPE Credit Available for this Event***
Panel: Furthering Cybersecurity Within the State and Local Government Using Digital Modernization
In today’s environment state and local governments and higher education institutions have an urgent focus on cybersecurity, digital modernization, and delivering services online to the citizens and communities they serve. Cybersecurity is consistently ranked as a primary concern for state and local governments. This panel will examine the current challenges, recent successes and lessons learned within the state and local cybersecurity space.
Hear subject matter experts dive into how they took innovative steps to reevaluate their agencies’ technology needs and strengthened their agencies’ use of data. Learn how these State and Local Government leaders have had to adapt their cybersecurity strategy to today’s changing environments. In what ways has Digital Modernization helped further the strength of Cybersecurity in the SLED environment? What strategies do these topic experts recommend to use when using Digital Modernization to further Cybersecurity within the SLED environment?
Angelo "Tony" Riddick
Chief Information Officer, New York State Office of Information Technology Services (pending agency approval)
Chief Information Officer, Texas Education Agency (invited)
Cyber Security Partnerships, State of Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget
Deputy Chief Security Officer, State of Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget
Moderator: Tom Suder
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