Tennessee Cyber Hub

#CyberSafeTN is a collaborative source for cybersecurity awareness and information-sharing across TN.

    One of the State of Tennessee's priorities is to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the data that is shared, received, processed and stored. In order to further Tennessee's cybersecurity posture, the TN Cybersecurity Advisory Council has committed to expanding a “whole-of-government” approach to include local governments and citizens.  The first step towards this new approach is to improve cybersecurity communications and awareness. With this goal in mind this page, the Tennessee Cyber Hub, was launched to increase security awareness and improve practices across public sector entities in Tennessee.


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    EVENTS
    2022 Annual Cyber Summit - TN Department of Treasury
    Tennessee Department of Treasury, Division of Claims & Risk Management is hosting the 2022 Annual Cyber Summit to update agencies on State requirements and discuss an array of cyber security issues. The Cyber Summit will be held Monday, September 12, 2022, at Embassy Suites by Hilton Nashville SE Murfreesboro, 1200 Conference Center Boulevard. An agenda will be sent to registrants. Let's stay #CyberSafeTN !
    2022 Middle TN Cyber Conference
    The Tennessee Department of Safety & Homeland Security and the conference committee are proud to once again bring together individuals from business, industry, and government on September 13th and 14th. We are committed to showcasing the latest information, strategies, best practices, and innovative solutions to address today’s challenges in cybersecurity with speakers from businesses, industries, and government. Our 'real world' Capture the Flag is on September 14th. Let's stay #CyberSafeTN !

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    CISA Issues New "Secure Tomorrow' Toolkit

    The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) published the first iteration of the Secure Tomorrow Series Toolkit, a diverse array of interactive and thought-provoking products for critical infrastructure stakeholders on how to use strategic foresight methods to identify emerging risks and potential risk management strategies to secure their critical infrastructure systems. Established by CISA’s National Risk Management Center (NRMC).

    StopRansomware.gov

    StopRansomware.gov is the new US Government website launched to help organizations reduce their risk of ransomware. This site helps government agencies pool resources to better protect their networks against cyber threats like ransomware. The website will also highlight the latest ransomware related alerts.


    STOP. THINK. CONNECT.

    Creating a safe cyber environment requires engagement from the entire community, not just security experts. This toolkit from CISA contains useful cybersecurity templates, resources, and educational materials - each designed for specific audiences.


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    A local message from the TN Comptroller's Office!  watch the video


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