Dear Global Advisory Committee and Criminal Intelligence Coordinating Council Members, Justice Information and Intelligence Sharing Leaders, and Cyber Partners:
Check out this week’s Cyber Updates, quick-reads relaying the latest articles, tools, and best practices to help tackle a national justice priority: “cyber-related threats.” The criticality of “cyber”—guarding against cyberthreats and addressing cybercrimes—firmly places this issue (one that impacts us all) as a national top priority. Indeed, several reports estimate that cyberattacks pose more risk to the United States than traditional forms of terrorism and have become the most dangerous and immediate threat facing the nation.
The LECC is supported by the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) in collaboration with a broad group of partner organizations and serves as a central starting point for colleagues in the justice and public safety communities to identify trending cyber issues, report cyber problems, and highlight training opportunities. This living resource is updated frequently, so check back often! Have content to share? We can’t wait to hear from you!
If you have any ideas for a weekly feature, are involved in promising cyber pilots or implementations, or would like to sign up colleagues to receive this weekly transmission, I look forward to your call or e-mail (850-766-9806; dlindquist@...).
Finally, we depend on you to spread the good news in your agencies and communities about these valuable resources. Please share this message with your colleagues and constituents, and let us know if we can assist in your outreach efforts!