11AM PT, 2PM ET
Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) in 911 networks continue to evolve to an IP-based architecture for NextGen 911 to provide more benefits and safety for citizens, especially those with disabilities. The ability to accept information in text, images or video – in addition to voice – at a PSAP creates an expanding cyber-attack surface. These new attack vectors were not previously a concern with standard voice-based telephone networks.
Please join Government Technology on April 30 at 11 a.m. Pacific/2 p.m. Eastern for our latest webinar, “Securing PSAPs in the Age of NextGen 911,” as our panel of experts – with details from the Department of Homeland Security – discusses why understanding the risks and associated benefits of NextGen 911 is critical to public safety.
Register now and you’ll:
- Hear top security concerns around PSAPs and NextGen 911
- Understand the importance of protecting networks, assets, databases and services involved with the processing, storage and transport of data in NextGen 911 systems
- Learn how best to address these concerns and risks