State and Local Cybersecurity Grant Program

​The State and Local Cybersecurity Grant Program (SLCGP) is a first-of-its-kind federal cybersecurity grant program specifically for addressing cybersecurity risk and threats to information systems owned or operated by state, local, and territorial governments. The program allows for targeted investments to be made in these government entities to improve the security of critical infrastructure and provide a higher level of resiliency to the services provided to communities. The main four objectives of SLCGP are to:

  1. Implement cyber governance and planning;
  2. Assess and evaluate systems and capabilities;
  3. Mitigate prioritized issues; and
  4. Build a cybersecurity workforce

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The Cybersecurity Committee meets monthly. The meetings are subject to the open meetings act. The meeting information is published on MDEM’s website.

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