Tag: cybersecurity

Managing Cyber Threats on a Small Budget

This is a guest post by Meredith Trimble, senior marketing content specialist for Tyler Technologies Has your city experienced a cybersecurity incident? Some municipalities circle the wagons after incidents to shield residents from worry and hide vulnerabilities from other potential attackers. Often, residents remain unaware of a breach or consequences. Some attacks make big news,

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Ten Ways to Protect Your City from Cyberattacks

Every hour, 26% of local governments report a cyberattack. But according to a new NLC analysis, done in partnership with the Public Technology Institute, nearly a quarter don’t have a cybersecurity plan that is designed to protect government information systems from attack/provide steps for recovery in case of attack. Fortunately, we have recommendations for how you can

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Malicious Russian Cyber Activity is Targeting Government Networks

On April 16, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) released a joint “Technical Alert” about malicious cyber activity carried out by the Russian Government. According to the alert, “[t]he targets of this malicious cyber activity are primarily government and private-sector

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Cybersecurity Webinar: Is Your City Vulnerable to a Cyber Attack?

Chances are the answer to the question above is yes, and chances are there is more you can do to reduce the risk to your city’s infrastructure and its citizens. To help raise awareness among city leaders about the threats local governments and their citizens face online, as well as the steps they can take

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