Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) April 13, 2018
March 28 2018, LibertyID attended the California Governors Cybersecurity Task Force meeting in partnership with California Office of Emergency Services as a key contributing member. The California Cybersecurity Integration Center works closely with the California State Threat Assessment System and the U.S Department of Homeland Security - National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center sharing cyber threat information that is received from utilities, academic institutions, private companies and other appropriate sources every day.
“Nobody is going unscathed here… If folks aren’t prepared, it can be very disastrous,” said Colonel Keith Tresh, who serves as commander of the California Cybersecurity Integration Center (Cal-CSIC) at CalOES.
"As always the State of California is paving the way for the rest of the country. Through the good works of The California Cybersecurity Integration Center, the State of California, are taking a stand against cybercrime, data breach, and identity theft. This unprecedented collaboration of State, Federal, Law Enforcement, and private sector resources is moving the needle against devastation and the consequences from cybercrime,” says Travis Mills of LibertyID.
The Denver-based company, LibertyID, previously awarded the Colonel Keith Tresh and the State of California for California Cyber Security Integration Center’s effort to combat cyber security issues and data breach. LibertyID will continue to light the way for veterans and civilians alike, equipping everyone with the tools and resources for identity restoration. LibertyID will present again in Los Angeles in the coming weeks.