Hawaii Officials Are Making A Cybersecurity Push To Keep Federal Contracts Flowing
On July 21, Honolulu Civil Beat published a story by Kevin Knodell “Hawaii Officials Are Making A Cybersecurity Push To Keep Federal Contracts Flowing,” highlighting the enforcement of cybersecurity requirements by federal agencies and significance of recent changes – “There’s literally a tsunami of impact coming to Hawaii contractors right now that they may or may not weather, and that they may or may not survive.”
Knodell mentions the Hawaii Defense Alliance workshop and includes comments from Jill Tokuda, co-director of CyberHawaii, on Cyber Ready Hawaii, a free cyber readiness program to assist Hawaii’s small businesses to become cyber ready developed in partnership with the Cyber Readiness Institute and funded by DBEDT. The article also mentions DBEDT’s Hawaii Defense Economy Cyber Compliance Education Program by eResilience, another free cyber compliance education and technical support program funded by the OLDCC through DBEDT. To read the full article, click here.