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“To those who say our political system is too broken and can’t be fixed, I would argue that we have already shown a better path forward. And if we can accomplish that here in Maryland, then there is no place in America where these very same principles cannot succeed.”- Governor Larry Hogan
An America United released a video today highlighting Governor Hogan’s leadership on protecting Maryland and the nation from cyber threats. In the wake of the Colonial Pipeline attack, Governor Hogan has been urging Washington to “wake up” and take specific actions to address cyber threats. Last week, Governor Hogan convened a cybersecurity summit at the Maryland State House in Annapolis that brought together senior government officials, including leaders from the White House, Congress, the National Security Agency (NSA), the FBI, as well as governors, academic leaders, private sector experts, and a former Director of National Intelligence.
After years of advocating for a bipartisan federal infrastructure bill, Governor Hogan is urging Congress to swiftly take action. Governor Hogan hosted a cybersecurity summit with senior government officials, including leaders from the White House, Congress, the National Security Agency (NSA), and the FBI, as well as governors, academic leaders, and private sector experts to prepare for and address cybersecurity threats. This event built on the successful Annapolis Infrastructure Summit held in April that included governors, U.
Governor Larry Hogan convened a cybersecurity summit at the Maryland State House in Annapolis focused on coordinated federal, state, and private sector efforts to prepare for and address cybersecurity threats. The summit brought together senior government officials, including leaders from the White House, Congress, the National Security Agency (NSA), and the FBI, as well as governors, academic leaders, and private sector experts. At the close of the summit, Governor Hogan enacted a range of initiatives to strengthen Maryland’s cyber ecosystem and protect the state’s critical infrastructure, including a new partnership with the NSA, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) to establish a new Maryland Institute for Innovative Computing, and a statewide privacy framework to govern the way the state secures citizens’ personal information.
On Thursday, July 29, Governor Larry Hogan will convene a cybersecurity summit in Annapolis to highlight federal, state, and private sector efforts to protect America’s critical infrastructure from cyberattacks. The summit will serve to underscore the urgency of preparing for and addressing cybersecurity threats. “There is no greater threat to the safety and security of Americans right now than the cyber vulnerabilities of the systems that support our daily lives, from our drinking water and our power supply, to our railroads and air traffic controls,” said Governor Hogan.