Act now to defend infrastructure from cyber attacks, state leaders say

A cyber attack on the energy sector could be devastating and would be felt at homes, schools, businesses and government as our reliance on technology continues to grow. That’s why the time is now for the private sector and government to come together to prepare and respond to these threats.

That was the message presented to local cyber security leaders at the Fusion Executive Summit held Nov. 9 at the Fluno Center in Madison, Wis. Maj. Gen. Don Dunbar, Wisconsin adjutant general and Wisconsin’s Homeland Security advisor, joined Wisconsin Chief Information Officer David Cagigal and Gary Wolter, CEO of Madison Gas & Electric, on a panel discussion about how private and public sectors can collaborate on threats and responses to a cyber event.

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