How Cybersecure Are Our Cities?

How Cybersecure Are Our Cities?

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The Texas Tribune presented a daylong symposium on cybersecurity and privacy in Texas on December 9, 2015. Among the issues they addressed: how prepared our cities are against cyberattacks; what the public sector can learn about cybersecurity from the private sector; whether the rewards of electronic medical records outweigh the risks; whether state agencies have improved at protecting our personal data; and — in the era of Edward Snowden and WikiLeaks — are there any secrets any more?

How Cybersecure Are Our Cities?
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Chris Cook, principal at San Antonio Cyber Consultants; Mary Dickerson, chairwoman of the Texas Cybersecurity, Education and Economic Development Council and chief information security officer for the University of Houston and University of Houston System; David LaPlante, chief information security officer for the City of Houston; Hugh Miller, chief technology officer for the City of San Antonio; and moderator: Gregory White, director of the Center for Infrastructure Assurance and Security at the University of Texas at San Antonio.
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