MADISON, Wis. – From paying bills to interacting with friends, online accounts have become a crucial part of our lives. October is Cyber Security Awareness Month in Wisconsin, and it’s a good time to secure those accounts. “Online banking, social media, and email are all essential services in our daily lives,” said Maj. Gen. Don
Written by ReadyWisconsin MADISON, Wis. — The increasing online connectivity of many aspects of our lives has made everything from paying bills to controlling the temperature in our homes easier to manage. However, it has also opened new ways for criminals to target victims. To help encourage people to be vigilant and to learn how
MADISON, Wis. — Gov. Scott Walker joined Maj. Gen. Don Dunbar, law enforcement officers, FBI, and representatives from the Wisconsin Homeland Security Council today to discuss the public’s role in keeping communities safe. The Department of Homeland Security’s “If You See Something, Say Something™” campaign encourages citizens to report suspicious behavior or activities to
Maj. Gen. Don Dunbar, Wisconsin’s adjutant general and Gov. Scott Walker’s Homeland security advisor, opened a daylong Cybersecurity Summit Oct. 16 at the University of Wisconsin Madison campus. The fifth annual summit theme this year was ‘Protecting Infrastructure through Public-Private Partnerships.’ Featured speakers included Dr. Jen Golbeck, Mark Weatherford, Alan Paller, Frank Grimmelmann, Thomas MacLellan
Lt. Governor Kleefisch today accepted the 2015 Wisconsin Emergency Response Plan (WERP) during a presentation at the 115th Fighter Wing at Truax Field in Madison. The plan provides direction to state agencies in response to disasters and emergencies including new annexes for cyber and catastrophic events.