As a result of the House Committee on Urban Affairs cybersecurity workshops, TML has created a clearinghouse where cities can find mulitple resources and other information on cybersecurity. The following documents are not a comprehensive list on critical infrausture, it is meant to be a starting point for cities to gain insight, knowledge, and training on cybersecurity practices.
The Texas Association of Governmental Informational Technology Managers (TAGITM) adopted the following as recommended best practices:
MS-ISAC’s “The CIS Critical Security Controls for Effective Cyber Defense, Version 6.1 (as amended)”
Homeland Security’s “Critical Infrastructure Threat Information Sharing Framework, October 2016” (as amended)
Other supporting documents:
A Measurement Companion
the CIS Critical Security Controls by Center for Internet Security
The Center for Internet Security Critical Security Controls Version 6.1
National Institute of Standards and Technology Cybersecurity Framework
Information Security Program Essentials: A Guide Produced by the Texas CISO Council
Texas Cybersecurity, Education, and Economic Development Council Report, “Building a More Secure and Prosperous Texas”
Privacy and Data Security Issues Facing Cities, Lisa D. Mares, Brown & Hofmeister, L.L.P
Greater Houston Partnership: Cybersecurity Guide
University of Texas at San Antonio Executive Leadership Cybersecurity Training
For more information, please contact JJ Rocha at 512-231-7400.