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GTA OFFICE OF INFORMATION SECURITY
GTA's Office of Information Security is available to assist state and local government entities with questions related to cybersecurity.
Each state agency is required to run its own information security program in compliance with the information security policies and standards issued by GTA.
General or high level statements of a direction, purpose, principle, process, method, or procedure for managing technology and technology resources.
Prescribed or proscribed specifications, approaches, directives, procedures, solutions, methodologies, products, or protocols which must be followed.
The Center for Internet Security, Inc. (CIS) is a community-driven nonprofit, responsible for the CIS Controls and CIS Benchmarks, globally recognized best practices for security IT systems and data.
Five products in the National Cyber Awareness System of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) offer a variety of information for users with varied technical expertise.
The Georgia Cyber Center offers modern cybersecurity education, training, research, and practical applications for both the private and public sectors.
GDPR applies only to the extent that Georgia governmental entities have a physical location within Europe, monitor consumer behavior in Europe, or offer goods and services in Europe.
On September 16, 2022, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced a first-of-its-kind cybersecurity program specifically for state, local, and territorial (SLT) governments across the country.