FORT MEADE, Md. — The Maryland Department of Information Technology (DoIT) executive team took part in a series of cybersecurity workshops provided by the National Security Agency (NSA). These workshops focused on NSA cyber-risk best practices and how they can be utilized to ensure security in the state cyber environment. The workshops provide information regarding risk management, cyber threats, and supply chain management.
These workshops are one part of a continued partnership between the IT leadership of the State of Maryland and NSA. This partnership allows DoIT to further understand the best practices of the federal government and for both entities to share lessons learned. This is the second time the DoIT executive staff has visited NSA for a presentation from its federal partners on cybersecurity.