For public safety agencies, maintaining their mission-critical IT infrastructure is becoming increasingly challenging and complicated. During this track, we explored how to share data between computer-aided dispatch (CAD), records-management system(RMS), corrections-management system (CMS), and jail-management systems (JMS) for a more integrated emergency response ecosystem. Attendees heard from several forward-thinking agencies on steps they're taking to prevent cyberattacks, as well as best practices on how to build a common-sense cybersecurity program. New and innovative approaches to maintaining your IT infrastructure also were explored.
Hear from government leaders who have lived through an attack, as well as from public safety agency leaders who are taking aggressive steps to prevent attacks, during an engaging panel discussion.
Now more than ever, you must be on top of your cybersecurity game. During this session, we will discuss how to build a standards-based approach to assess your cybersecurity posture, protect your systems from an attack, and where to focus your recovery efforts, as it is no longer a matter of “if,” but rather “when,” a cybersecurity attack will take place.
IT support challenges have increased significantly during the recent public health crisis, and the need for remote management and support capabilities has grown. Strategies and recommendations that will enable IT support professionals to meet the requirements in today's "new normal" while continuously maximizing network uptime will be discussed.