June 18, 2021 | View as webpage
Dear Corrections1 Member,

Public safety leaders have an endless and growing list of risks to mitigate and challenges that keep them awake at night. That list now includes the risk of cyberattack, data breaches and compromised information technology systems.  

Join a panel of experts on June 24 for an interactive discussion, sponsored by Tyler Technologies, on cyberattack risks and preparation. Panelists will discuss recent cyberattacks and threats on public safety agencies to help you learn about:  
  • Preventing data breaches
  • How ransom demands are made
  • Countering cyberattacks
  • Assessing the legitimacy of a ransom demand   
Click here to register

Stay safe,  

— The Corrections1 Team
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