By Sam Greif
Public safety leaders do not have to be experts in cybersecurity to ensure their agencies are adequately protected—they just have to know the right questions to ask. This list of questions can help leaders start the conversation with their IT department.
By Dr. Randall Hanifen
Data collection can seem trivial compared to other more immediate tasks in a firehouse such as training and vehicle maintenance. However, keeping track of expenses and other data is key to ensuring volunteer departments have adequate funding.
By Dr. Harry Cooper
Government agencies are conducting more and more services online, but they are struggling to stay ahead of hackers trying to steal valuable personal information. Learn more about the threat of cyberattack facing government agencies.
By Chris Chiancone
It often seems like IT professionals speak their own language. To solve problems more quickly when they arise, a chief information officer provides insight on how an organization's employees can bridge the communication gap with their technology department.
By Dr. Kenneth Williams
All agencies must have a comprehensive contingency plan in place should they be hit by a cyberattack. Learn how leaders can work with their IT department to create a backup strategy to minimize data loss and mitigate damages in a worst-case scenario.