The Center for Digital Government honored seven organizations on Oct. 2, 2013 during the Third Annual Cybersecurity Leadership and Innovation Awards. One of the organizations that were recognized was the Sacramento Regional Fire/EMS Communication Center. In the county category award, Sacramento was chosen for excelling in several areas, including its creativity and leadership.
“One of the things we liked about them is that they took a real comprehensive, team approach to their security implementation,” he said. “They included a lot of participants in their planning and worked with a variety of staff. They included their vendor partners, and they really brought a team-based focus to their approach to cybersecurity.”
Sacramento was recognized for the county government category for improving email security without spending extra finds and improving business continuity during disasters. You can read more here.
Contributor: Fhanysha Clark, Pepperdine School of Public Policy, MPP Candidate ’15