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Grant links Bluegrass CTC to effort to create cybersecurity program

Two year program eyes diversity, improved training

Campaigns grapple with how to manage cybersecurity in 2020

The Mueller report made it clear: While the candidates were focused on campaigning in 2016, the Russians were busy laying traps for a cyberattack that changed the landscape of American politics.

Grimes joins DHS in leading national cybersecurity exercise

Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes and county clerks from all parts of Kentucky on Wednesday participated in a national cybersecurity exercise with 45 states across the nation and hosted by the Department of Homeland Security.

Kentucky election officials given cybersecurity training

Kentucky's secretary of state says county officials are receiving cybersecurity training as the state bolsters efforts to protect its elections from the ongoing threat of hacking.

University receiving grant to expand cybersecurity training

UofL received a $580,000 federal grant to expand programs to train cybersecurity specialists.

Ky. Senate Passes Cybersecurity Bill

The Kentucky Senate has passed a cybersecurity bill aimed at boosting protections for information stored in government computers.

Electric Cooperatives’ Cybersecurity To Be Evaluated

A federal grant will pay for 6 of Kentucky's electricity distribution cooperatives to have their cybersecurity measures evaluated by a consulting firm.

Electric Cooperatives’ Cybersecurity To Be Evaluated

A federal grant will pay for 6 of Kentucky's electricity distribution cooperatives to have their cybersecurity measures evaluated by a consulting firm.

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Two Nicholasville city workers put on National Guard hats, deployed

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