Kentucky’s Year 1 Grant awards have been announced after several months of anticipation. We would like to extend our congratulations to all the recipients, particularly those who are clients who will share in the $3.6 million grant funds.
Commonwealth Sentinel in the News
The letters to the recipients of the DHS State and Local Cyber Security Grant Program (SLCGP) should be released any day now. Yes, I know we have been hearing that since December, but realistically speaking, it really should be soon. It has to be because soon since CISA will have to announce details for Year […]
We often talk about cyber security as a journey, not a destination. It is critical to keep your tools sharp (or up-to-date) along that journey. To that end, at Commonwealth Sentinel, we practice what we preach.
Last week, I participated in two free DHS/FEMA- courses offered by Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) and the National Emergency Response and Recovery Training Center.
60% of all small businesses that are hit by a cyber attack will go out of business within six months. If that happens, the people that work there will lose their jobs, and the owners will lose money. The employees can find other jobs, and the owners can regroup and start another business. However, when […]
As the world watches Russian troops amass along the Ukraine border, Ukraine, the US, and other countries prepare to defend against a kinetic war. However, since this is 2022, warfare can and most definitely will occur in cyber space as well. While Russia has and will continue to attack Ukraine in cyber space as a […]