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How are City and County Governments Minimizing Risk to Build Trust?

How are City and County Governments Minimizing Risk to Build Trust?

Security breaches have increased in frequency and severity, with high-profile cases appearing almost weekly. In addition, third-party relationships, including contractors, cloud services, and other outsourced providers, are introducing new vulnerabilities and increasing the attack surface. So how effective are the City and County Governments in adopting risk management approaches, creating a culture of trust and transparency, and building solid relationships with other supporting agencies to minimize risk to build trust?

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Brian Gardner

Brian Gardner, Chief Information Security Officer, City Of Dallas

Dr. Brian Gardner is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for the City of Dallas. Dr. Brian joined the City in 2017 to develop IT risk management and regulatory compliance programs.  Since taking on the role of CISO he has impleme... More   View all posts
Christopher Pritchard

Christopher Pritchard, Associate Vice Chancellor Enterprise Infrastructure & Chief Technology Officer, University of North Texas System

Christopher is currently the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for the University of North Texas System, one of the largest Universities in the the state of Texas with over 50,000 students, faculty, and administrative staff. Pritchard prov... More   View all posts

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