As a trusted court partner for over 50 years, NCSC’s deep understanding of operations, case management and related systems gives us the expertise needed to address your unique cybersecurity challenges.
We know what sensitive information makes courts particularly vulnerable to attack vectors.
- Courts and other local and state government agencies are increasingly targeted for attacks, not just by ransomware but also for data theft (extrication).
- Attacks are increasingly sophisticated often involving service vectors.
NCSC offers a variety of resources and services to protect your court against these evolving vulnerabilities.
Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Consulting Services
NCSC is working with vendor partners to provide services tailored to your jurisdiction’s needs. Our offerings include risk assessments, vulnerability scans, simulations and tabletop exercises, and incident plan development and review.
Joint Technology Committee Cyber-Monday Webinars
- December 12, 2022 - Cybersecurity on a Shoestring Budget – Take a trek through the Critical Security Controls (CIS) Implementation Groups
- November 14, 2022 - What to Expect from the Industry, and What the Industry Expects from You
- October 17, 2022 - Communication and Managing Expectations During a Cyber-Attack
- September 12, 2022 - My Court's Been Hacked! Now What?
- May 23, 2022 - What's in your cyber COOP?
- April 25, 2022 – Cyber insurance – Should you pay the ransom?
- March 28, 2022 – An overview of the JTC’s Cybersecurity Basics for Courts
- February 28, 2022 – Tales from the cyber-frontlines: Lessons from lived experiences
- Cybersecurity in the Courts
NCSC through a grant from SJI has concluded a project to take a more in-depth look at Cybersecurity in the Courts. This report describes this project and results that compares cybersecurity surveys conducted in 2017 and 2021 as well as some general insights gleaned from on-site cybersecurity assessments conducted as part of this project.
- Cybersecurity Basics for Courts (Version 3.0, adopted September 2021)
Cybersecurity threats are a reality for all organizations, public and private. In spite of good prevention efforts, every court will almost certainly face a cybersecurity incident including data breach or cyberattack. This paper provides a basic explanation of prevention techniques and the preparations necessary for court managers to respond quickly and effectively in the event of a cybersecurity incident.
- Conference of Chief Justices and Conference of State Court Administrators Resolution 2 in Support of Increased Cybersecurity Practices in State Courts
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