As more cities find ways to increase efficiency and communications through technology, the need for better computer security grows. Oftentimes, efforts to improve cybersecurity focus on incorporating new technological approaches into products and processes.
However, a key element of improving cybersecurity also involves acknowledging the role that human behavior can play in keeping your city safe. In this mini-course, we’ll look at how you can modify your behavior to improve cybersecurity in your city.
By completing this mini-course, you will:
- Learn how to identify emotions and behaviors that influence how individuals in your city engage with and use technology.
- Understand how to control those behaviors in a way that can help you mitigate risk to your network.
Subject matter expert
Melissa Reeder, Chief Information Officer, League of Minnesota Cities.
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This free course is only available to League of Minnesota Cities members and is included as part of your city’s LMC membership.
After you initially access this MemberLearn course you’re able to access it again at any time and it will not expire — so you can learn at your own pace and review the material as much as you’d like.