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.

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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

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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.