May 17, 2018

Best practices for state and local government disaster recovery planning to protect its electronic data

Best practices for state and local government disaster recovery planning to protect its electronic data

Governing is offering this complimentary webinar addressing computer and data security.  The webinar, to be held on May 24, 2018 at 2 p.m. ET and at 11 a.m. PT, will address: 

> How government agencies can meet growing employee and citizen expectations for access to online services while ensuring data is well-protected.

> How to maintain control, visibility and access to data.


> How to confirm strong data recovery capabilities are in place should the unexpected occur.


> How the city of Sarasota, FL, fought back after a virus encrypted 160,000 files and cyber criminals demanded $33 million in Bitcoin as ransom.


Questions? Contact Brittany Roberts at Governing, (800) 940.6039 ext. 1388 or e-mail Ms. Roberts at: broberts@governing.com
 

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