Don't let your guard down. As threats evolve, so must we.
My parent organization, the Center for Regional Disaster Resilience (CRDR), has a long history of working on cybersecurity issues — over 10 years!
This work has encompassed supporting the King County Office of Emergency Management and their use of State Homeland Security Program (SHSP) funds that have been administered by a Critical Infrastructure Committee that has existed since 2003. The most recent efforts have been redirected from doing workshops to webinars because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The first link below will give you all of the webinars that including the state of Idaho, and the last three are the 2018 funded work on cybersecurity for King County.
The one on privacy and risk is especially good, since we have not always been diligent about thinking of the privacy implications of our digital work.
"Cybersecurity: Privacy and Risk"
"Cyber Threats and Trends: Impacts to the Connected Worker"
Lessons for Leadership: "Ever-Changing Role of the CISO and Future of Cyber Security"
Nate Weigel shared the links above.