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The Utah Department of Public Safety Serves as a National Model For Cyber Preparedness and Incident Response Planning

Monday June 5, 2017

The U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance understands that many states and communities need support in helping ensure information systems are designed to identify, prepare for, prevent and respond to cyber threats and incidents. Utah is a leader across the nation in building cyber resilience and the Police Executive Research Forum published an extensive case study and special report to share Utah’s promising practices with other communities and states. The report is called, “The Utah Model: A Path Forward for Investigating and Building Resilience to Cyber Crime,” and several communities and states are now using it as their guide and playbook to build programs of their own.

Read the full report here: Utah MODEL

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