RIA- Cybersecurity Awareness for Law Enforcement, Homeland Security, and Emergency Services

  • Middlesex County

 

The New Jersey Regional Intelligence Academy (RIA) will be sponsoring a one day training program titled: “Cybersecurity Awareness for Law Enforcement, Homeland Security, and Emergency Services.” The course is scheduled to be held in Middlesex County on Thursday, October 6, 2016. (25 is the class maximum). There is no cost to participate.

DESCRIPTION

The digital age has changed the way law enforcement, homeland security professionals, private sector partners, and public servants protect constituents from criminal and national security threats.  The integration of computers and the Internet into every aspect of reporting, tracking, and analysis now routinely uses information technology to increase communication, situational awareness, and productivity. Unfortunately, increased reliance on information technology has created an entire new spectrum of vulnerabilities to public institutions. 

This training program seeks to increase awareness of: the variety of threats law enforcement, homeland security, emergency services, and public utilities may encounter; the intentions of these threats; and best practices for protecting information technology networks to help New Jersey remain resilient in protecting sensitive information and critical infrastructure.

TARGET AUDIENCE

This program is designed for first responders and private sector partners. 

REGISTRATION

For your convenience a registration link is provided and is the only method of registration for this training. Please hit the Done button at the bottom of the link page upon completion.

http://www.njhomelandsecurity.gov/ria-cybersecurity-awareness-oct-2016

Pre‐registration is required no later than one week from the scheduled delivery date. Final confirmation e‐mails will be sent to the approved attendees prior to start dates. Identification is required for admission.

POINT OF CONTACT

If you have any questions regarding these workshops please e-mail MSmith@njohsp.gov or call 609‐588‐2498.