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Shawn Talmadge of Virginia’s Department of Emergency Management explains why cyber threat intelligence-sharing is key to preparing the state for large-scale disaster response
Political ideology or financial motives were behind nearly every observed cyberattack on law enforcement
Police leaders can safely and securely share information about cybersecurity threats and cyberattacks with their counterparts in the public safety community
New report reveals critical need for public safety agencies to deploy modern cloud-native dispatch and technology systems to better support the communities they serve
Taigman calls on departments to immediately alert IT staff to check the integrity of their data, software and networks
Ransomware is a growing threat in the public sector, but there are tools and grants available to help police and other agencies avoid costly incidents
Organizations and citizens have a “shared responsibility” to defend their data, computer hardware and software systems from ransomware attacks
Attorney General William Barr said the FBI would use its regional joint terrorism task forces to ‘identify criminal organizers’
The city had numerous problems, including losing its email system and 911 dispatchers not being able to enter calls into their computers
A cybercrime scene can be as challenging to manage as a physical crime scene for investigators
Cyberattacks on police departments are happening more frequently than ever. What can these attacks teach us about staying vigilant?