UMBC researchers publish book on
Cybersecurity and Local Government
UMBC researchers Donald Norris, Laura Mateczun, and Richard Forno have published a new book on the the risks of cyberattacks that local governments face and how they are addressing them. Their book Cybersecurity and Local Government published by WIley summarizes several years of research and surveys on the issues and practices of city, county, and state governments.
Some of this is summarised in a recent article by Forno in The Conversation, Local governments are attractive targets for hackers and are ill-prepared.
Donald Norris is Professor Emeritus and former chair of UMBC’s School of Public Policy, Laura Mateczun, JD, is a PhD student in Public Policy, and Richard Forno is a Principal Lecturer and director of UMBC’s Graduate Cybersecurity Program and Assistant Director of UMBC’s Center for Cybersecurity.
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