As more and more of our sensitive information is stored online, it allows for greater access to secure records. As a result, crime has also moved online; breeding the higher potential for our records to be breached at a very significant cost. States can benefit from strengthening their security networks and cyber policies on a continual basis.
Office of Cybersecurity & Communications for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security who work hard each day to meet the needs of our non-federal governments:
State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial Cybersecurity Program
Office of Cybersecurity & Communications
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
All states are a member of the MS-ISAC. On this page you will see many resources MS-ISAC offers: https://msisac.cisecurity.org/resources/
Here you will find policies and procedures states have implemented: https://msisac.cisecurity.org/state/
Most states already utilize many of these services: https://msisac.cisecurity.org/about/services/
Here you will see sample mobile device policies created by the White House in 2012: https://www.whitehouse.gov/digitalgov/bring-your-own-device#example-poli...
This document teaches what to ask cybersecurity teams about cyber risk. It is a great place to start the conversation: https://www.us-cert.gov/sites/default/files/publications/DHS-Cybersecuri...
DHS has fantastic resources with the STOP.THINK.CONNECT. Campaign: https://www.dhs.gov/stopthinkconnect
Free publications from the FTC that deal with many of the issues facing victims of cyber crime can be found here. Ordering is free! https://bulkorder.ftc.gov/
This site has practical tips for parents, businesses etc.: http://staysafeonline.org/