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11/05/2021
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A new option for endpoints

The Center for Internet Security announced yesterday that it is now offering a suite of endpoint security technologies to state and local governments enrolled in the MS-ISAC. The Endpoint Security Services product contains tools from the cybersecurity vendor CrowdStrike, including endpoint detection and response, USB device monitoring, asset inventory, user monitoring and antivirus software. A CIS blog post states that it’s meant to provide “optimal protection” in the age of hybrid work environments. Benjamin Freed reports.


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First responders say they want better tech interoperability

A majority of police officers and other emergency responders feel their communications technologies are capable of supporting their work, but many still say there’s a need for greater interoperability between devices, agencies and networks, according to a new survey published by Verizon. “The essentiality of law enforcement is the ability to engage,” former New York Police Commissioner William J. Bratton said yesterday at an event in Washington. Ben has more.


Property assessments go modern

The Los Angeles County Office of the Assessor announced Thursday it's completed a six-year modernization effort with the software firm Oracle to move from paper-based property assessments to a digital model. The office also announced it plans to open its platform to other California counties. Ryan Johnston has details.


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The state of the threat intelligence landscape today

In an exclusive CyberScoop interview, Amy Hogan-Burney, general manager of Digital Crimes at Microsoft discusses findings from a recent cybercrimes trends report. She shares what the findings reveal about the trends in specific threats — like phishing and ransomware attacks — and particularly what security concerns government leaders should be more aware of in the coming year. Watch the full interview with Hogan-Burney.


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