3/29/2021, Originally Featured in The Gazette "The National Cybersecurity Center is offering free online cybersecurity training to legislators and statehouse staff in all states by year's end as a result of sponsorship from online technology giant Google. The Colorado Springs-based think tank plans to begin the 60-90-minute live and on-demand training sessions beginning in May
3/29/2021, Originally Featured in StateScoop "The nonprofit National Cybersecurity Center on Monday kicked off a new initiative to offer training sessions on cyber hygiene and IT security to elected officials in state governments and their staff members. The program will feature virtual briefings, on-demand workshops and other materials addressing not only good online safety measures,
Fox Business- Google helps launch cyber-threat training for state lawmakers, staff ahead of 2022 midterms
3/29/2021, Originally Featured in Fox Business "The National Cybersecurity Center and Google on Monday are launching a training program for state lawmakers and their staff in all 50 states to best prepare them for cyber threats ahead of the 2022 midterm elections, FOX Business has learned." Read the Full Article Here: https://www.foxbusiness.com/politics/national-cybersecurity-center-google-launch-cyber-training-for-state-lawmakers-staff-ahead-of-2022-midterms
3/29/2021, Originally Featured in Inside Nova "The Arlington County Democratic Committee will offer both online and in-person voting options for its May School Board caucus – but the emphasis will decidedly be on digital. “We encourage voting at home, given the ongoing pandemic,” party chair Jill Caiazzo said, but “we are still providing in-person voting
3/25/2021, Originally Featured in Colorado Springs Indy "Colorado, El Paso County and Colorado Springs have some of the most secure election procedures in place in the nation, but that didn't stop people from questioning, during an online election forum March 25, whether voting machines can be hacked. The election security panel was presented by the Indy and its
3/23/2021, Originally Featured in The Gazette "In healthy ecosystems, diverse species interact with each other to their mutual benefit. Akin to the natural world, Colorado Springs has become an increasingly robust ecosystem critical to our nation’s security and innovative edge, thanks in large part to powerful partnerships between the University of Colorado, industry and government."