How safe are the systems that we rely on every day for water, gas and electricity from an attack by hackers?
The Department of Homeland Security houses an agency that oversees the security of these important systems from attacks. Richard Gardner is a cyber security advisor in Utah. He joined us on the program to discuss how counties protect their networks and your information in coordination with CISA, the Cyber Infrastructure Security Agency. Wayne Cushing, Treasurer in Salt lake County and Ricky Hatch, Clerk Auditor of Weber County; talk about what their offices have to watch out for.
What is CISA : Cyber infrastructure Security Agency and what is their role?
How do counties interface with CISA?
What kinds of attacks are counties seeing and what is being done to protect data?
How are elections being protected from cyber attacks
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