October is National CyberSecurity Awareness Month, and the state of Idaho recently committed to a new level of awareness and action when Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter created the “Idaho Cybersecurity Cabinet Task Force.”
Max Davis-Johnson, CIO and AVP for the Office of Information Technology, was appointed to the Idaho Cybersecurity Cabinet Task Force when it was created this summer along with chair Lt. Gov. Brad Little and representatives from state agencies.
The CyberSecurity Task Force met for the first time about two weeks ago to begin their work reviewing cybersecurity systems statewide in order to evaluate and develop policies, strategies and collaborations to more efficiently strengthen Idaho’s protection against online threats.
Read more about the Idaho Cybersecurity Cabinet Task Force on the Boise State Public Radio website.