Cybersecurity Resources

This resource area is for informational purposes. It is not meant, nor should it be relied upon, as legal advice in any particular situation. The information herein is not a substitute for consultation with legal counsel or other specific guidance on the subject. The documents, media reports and statutes are only current as of the dates of publication.

Presentations & Reports

  • New Report: What Cities Should Know About Cybersecurity - National League of Cities, October 16, 2019
    The National League of Cities released a 36-page report, “Protecting Our Data: What Cities Should Know About Cybersecurity." NLC wrote this report for local elected and appointed officials, especially those who may not have a background in cybersecurity or network management. It was completed in collaboration with the Public Technology Institute. The guide outlines 10 recommended first steps for city officials hoping to improve cybersecurity, includes case studies of local security breaches (including when NLC itself was hit by ransomware) and offers a checklist local IT directors can use to get started.
  • "Online is the Frontline" presented by Ryan Pinheiro, Director of IT, City of Saco
    From the "How to Combat Phishing" session at the 2019 MMA Convention.

Handouts & Posters

Poster - How to Catch a Phish - City of Saco IT Department

Other Resources

Federal and State Resources


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