*|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|*Minneapolis awards $300K contract to group of ex-gang members to prevent violence
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"The threat of cyberattacks, especially ransomware attacks, against public safety is real," writes Editorial Director Greg Friese. This is, of course, no news to local governments nationwide, which have been bombarded with such attacks in recent years. And the costs are adding up

Join a panel of experts on June 24 for an interactive discussion, sponsored by Tyler Technologies, on cyberattack risks and preparation. Panelists will discuss recent cyberattacks and threats on public safety agencies and detail how your agency can develop a defensive strategy for these unprecedented attacks. Register here

— The Gov1 Team
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