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CyberUSA welcomes the Midwest Cyber Center, Made Safe in Wyoming and the Technology Association of Louisville, the newest CyberUSA state affiliates launching CyberMidwest, CyberWyoming and CyberKentucky during March/April 2018. Visit the links below to to find out more about each of these leading organizations.
Midwest Cyber Center www.midwestcybercenter.org - CyberMidwest
Made Safe In Wyoming www.madesafeinwyoming.org - CyberWyoming
Technology Association of Louisville www.talklou.com - CyberKentucky
Presentations from the CyberUSA Conference may be found here: www.fbcinc.com/cyberusa
Upcoming community cyber events in 2018 will be hosted by CyberTexas, CyberHawaii and CyberMaryland. More information will be available soon. Please register at the link below to receive more information as it becomes available.
CyberUSA is a collaboration of states focused on a common mission purpose of enabling innovation, education, workforce development, enhanced cyber readiness and resilience - all while connecting the cyber ecosystem of the United States and its Allies. This non-profit “community of communities” is governed by its members, established to enhance information sharing between states and improve cyber resilience at all levels of participation - local, regional and national. CyberUSA provides a communication framework, a national summit and cyber related resources to communities across the United States.
Become part of the national network of cyber states. If you represent a technology council, chamber of commerce, cyber group, ISAO, ISAC, or other Trust-based membership group, we invite you to register and bring your group into the ‘community of communities’ to begin sharing and being shared with. Together we can secure the nation.