Cyber Attacks Hurt
Cyber attacks can have immediate and far-reaching implications for organizations throughout the world, especially public safety organizations. Public safety is dependent on communications, and the introduction of internet/wireless communication and inter-agency data exchange has raised concerns about the security of that vital information. It is imperative to protect information and systems from these threats.
Free Resources, From the Experts
The iCERT Cybersecurity working group, which consists of members from Exacom, SecuLore, T-Mobile, Verizon, Mission Critical Partners, and First Watch. These experts reviewed and collected many of the third-party cybersecurity resources available through various government organizations, advocacy bodies, independent non-profits, standards development organizations, and more.
This Helpful Guide Covers:
- General Cybersecurity information for public safety
- Assistance reaching levels of Cybersecurity compliance
- Assessments that can help you analyze gaps
- Recovery options after a Cybersecurity attack
- Operational areas for increased security posture
- Guidelines for formulating a solid Cybersecurity posture
Is Your Logging Recorder Secure?
Having an unsecured logging recorder on your network can open your organization up to unnecessary risk. Exacom is actively investing in multiple security and cybersecurity efforts, making HindSight 4 the leading cybersecure multimedia recording solution on the market.
Download Free Cybersecurity Guide for Public Safety
We want to thank iCERT and the members of the Cybersecurity Working Group (including Exacom President & CEO Al Brisard) for putting this whitepaper together. Used and distributed with permission.