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Mayorkas Sets Out Steps to Elevate Cybersecurity

This week, Secretary Mayorkas will increase the required minimum spend on cybersecurity through FEMA grant awards.  To accelerate critical improvements in state and local cybersecurity, CISA will urgently evaluate and implement additional capabilities including potential new grant programs that will enable critical security investments. Keep Reading

Local, State and Federal Prosecutors Launch Georgia Cyber Fraud Task Force

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Georgia has joined forces with Metro-Atlanta District Attorneys, the Office of the Attorney General, the FBI Atlanta Field Office, U.S. Secret Service, state, and local law enforcement to combat the criminal movement of cyber fraud proceeds through banks in the Atlanta area. Keep Reading

ThreatLocker Opens European HQ in Ireland

ThreatLocker, a Maitland, Florida-based provider of enterprise-level tools for Managed Service Providers (MSPs), has announced that it will open a European headquarters in Ireland to deliver ThreatLocker’s Zero-trust, data storage and proprietary Ringfencing solutions to businesses through MSPs across the EMEA region. Keep Reading

NSW Police Open Digital Forensics Lab for Cybercrime Investigators

The New South Wales (NSW) Police Force in Australia has unveiled a digital forensics facility for Cybercrime Squad investigators. The purpose-built facility is the first of its kind in Australia and enables officers to securely conduct investigations into sophisticated technology-enabled crime. Keep Reading

Canada Announces Funding for Project to Help Stop Human Trafficking

The project kicked off on February 18 with a virtual hackathon. This two-day event is bringing together post-secondary students from across Atlantic Canada, as well as service providers, law enforcement and others, to explore innovative ways that technology can be used to raise awareness of human trafficking. Keep Reading

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