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Four States Win Spots in Cybersecurity Policy Academy

Indiana, North Carolina, West Virginia and Wisconsin will soon receive some extra help improving state cybersecurity plans and infrastructure.

The National Governors Association announced this week that the four states have been selected through a new initiative called the Policy Academy on Implementing State Cybersecurity.

Jeffrey McLeod, director of the NGA’s Homeland Security & Public Safety division, said the four states were selected because they were the “best in terms of need and fit.”

All four have strong support from their governors and resources dedicated to cybersecurity, but there’s still work to be done in implementing the plans, he said.

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