Colorado Cyber Resource Center (CCRC)


The National Cybersecurity Center (NCC) is excited to launch the Colorado Cyber Center in the summer of 2021 with the intent to accelerate targeted cyber support to local public entities, education institutions and SLTT’s across Colorado.



The mission of the Colorado Cyber Center is to create a low-barrier entry point for accessing cyber resources in support of the State of Colorado and to develop a platform for advancing cyber education and workforce development opportunities.



There are lots of resources out there around cybersecurity, and it can be a bit overwhelming – especially as you are just starting your journey towards becoming a more cyber-safe organization, or individual. To help, the CCRC is building out links to prioritize some of the different resources as well as tap into our local network of experts to protect against ongoing critical issues.


1st Steps to Take as a SLTT

Whether you’re a new, or a seasoned veteran with little resources, or just supporting overall cybersecurity, here are a few steps to start with:

Sign up for the MS-ISAC.  The Multi-State Information Sharing & Analysis Center, supported by the Department of Homeland Security, offers free membership to organizations with access to a 24/7 Security Operations Center (SOC), vulnerability assessment services, malicious code analysis, and cyber threat information sharing. To get a head start on your cyber journey, become a member TODAY!


Sign up for CTIS The Colorado Threat Information Sharing group is a joint effort between local jurisdictions and state agencies to share Colorado-specific threat information around cyber issues. Sign up so you are in the know!


Sign up for the DHS CISA external vulnerability scanning.  Email and The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) under Department of Homeland Security offers jurisdictions free vulnerability scanning  and risk analysis support. Take advantage of this FREE resource now!


Sign up for Malicious and Doman Blocking Reporting (MDBR). Available to all MS-ISAC members, MDBR helps prevent your IT systems from connecting to known harmful web domains in an effort to block against malware, ransomware, phishing and other cyber threats.


Annually complete the NCSR. The Nationwide Cybersecurity Review is a no-cost, anonymous, annual self-assessment that helps measure gaps in state, local, tribal and territorial governments’ cybersecurity programs. This important measuring tool helps our state and national better understand where the most significant cyber resource gaps are. Take the survey today!


Coming Soon

Cyber Range Resource


CCRC Benchmark Survey




Chris Murphy

Cyber Resource Coordinator