How Colorado Communities Can Improve Incident Readiness for Cyber Attacks

It’s a critical time for state and local agencies in Colorado. Government organizations across the country have increasingly become the target of cyberattacks, and government organizations in Colorado are no exception.


Improving incident response means a new strategy for mitigating cyber events before, during and after they happen. For organizations in Colorado, that means better planning for future attacks, and working to mitigate risk and minimize impact of breaches and ransomware when they do occur.


To help Colorado organizations improve their incident response capabilities, Government Technology is hosting a one-hour interactive webcast focused exclusively on Colorado communities.


Join us June 3 for this special Colorado-specific virtual event. As a participant in this webinar, you’ll learn job-critical information including:

  • How the quickly changing cyber threat landscape is impacting Colorado governments
  • The right incident response strategy for reducing exposure and recovering quickly
  • The strengths and skillsets you’ll need from your team — and your private-sector partners — to improve incident readiness

Speaker and Presenter Information

James Brummett
Security Principal, Insight


Deborah A. Snyder — Moderator
Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

Relevant Government Agencies

Dept of Education, Other Federal Agencies, Federal Government, State & Local Government

Event Type

Fri, Jun 3, 2022, 12:00pm MT

Complimentary:    $ 0.00

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Event Sponsors


Government Technology

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