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A lunch and learn session designed to help you improve your organization's cybersecurity readiness.
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Recent cyberattacks against public sector networks and facilities have demonstrated the risk that third parties can introduce into government networks. Building a comprehensive third-party risk program requires local government leaders to look at identification, classification, assessment, management, and monitoring of third parties and their risk. For the past several months, cybersecurity leaders from public and private organizations from around the nation have been sharing best practices on the best ways to build a third-party risk management program.

During this session developed in partnership with ICMA and NACo, attendees will learn about the groups recommended program components and walk away with the high-level building blocks to develop a third-party risk management program for your local government organization.

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This webinar is being put on by the Cybersecurity Collaborative – in partnership with ICMA and the National Association of Counties (NACo) – whose focus is helping local governments strengthen their cybersecurity efforts.

The Cybersecurity Collaborative provides members of ICMA with access to top tier technology security professionals, information, intelligence, best practices, and other resources to prepare for, prevent, and mitigate cybersecurity threats.

Learn more about the ICMA Cybersecurity Collaborative

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