Webinars & Trainings


Free network monitoring support for local jurisdictions – LEARN MORE! 

Join our speakers Richard MacNamee of Metropolitan State University (MSU) and Steve Stein of the Public Infrastructure Security Cyber Education System (PISCES) as they give an overview of how PISCES can help support your local jurisdiction. 

Steve will describe how PISCES has been implemented with local governments in other states and answer any questions about the program. Richard will then provide a description of MSU and their cybersecurity program and how they plan to integrate PISCES into their curriculum to demonstrate the complete picture of how PISCES serves governments and education. 

This webinar is for local government leaders and IT staff that are interested in hearing about this opportunity to add a layer of network security to their infrastructure through PISCES. 

Learn more about PISCES here: 

Public Infrastructure Security Cyber Education System: PISCES is a non-profit organization that works with private sector, colleges/universities and local governments to provide no-cost cybersecurity event monitoring to small public sector organizations.

When: October 18, 2021

Time: 4:00pm MT 

Register: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Sig7LU5eRYawolMyCYz9vA

What is the NCSR? And why should you do it? 

The National Cybersecurity Review (NCSR) self-assessment launches October 1st
for local jurisdictions to take as a way to assess overall cybersecurity and identify
growth opportunities. It can also be instrumental in applying for state and federal

However, we recognize that filling out the NCSR can be a big lift. That’s why we are
excited to share a webinar series specifically designed for Colorado jurisdictions to
break down the ‘why’ and ‘how’ of the NCSR and ways your organization can use it as
a resource.

Please join the Colorado Cyber Resource Center, MS-ISAC, and the Division of
Homeland Security and Emergency Management for this two-part webinar. Make sure to register for both webinars!

What is the NCSR? And why should you do it?

When: October 28, 11:00-11:45am

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When: October 28, 1:00-1:45pm

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Strategies for filling out the NCSR, and ongoing support

When: November 10, 11:00-11:45am

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November 10, 1:00-1:45pm

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Incident Command System Principles for Cyber

The focus of this workshop is to:

Educate and orient IT Professionals on the FEMA Incident Command Systems (ICS) demonstrate the value of integrating typical Cyber Incident Response methods with the FEMA ICS System; and to 

Demonstrate the value of integrating typical Cyber Incident Response methods with the FEMA ICS System.

Instructed by Lt . Carrigan Bennet, Office of Emergency Mngmt., Aurora PD & Ryan Mechem, Joint Cyber Task Force & Senior Cyber Security Analyst , CISSP.

When: November 18, 2021

Time: 8:30-4:30

Registration is limited to 24 students. 

Sign up by emailing Nikki Rosecrans at NRosecrans@arapahoegov.com

The webinar will be hosted over Microsoft Teams.


webinar recordings available

Ransomware: Enter the Arena

You have heard cyber security is important and successful attacks can impact an organization’s ability to do business in significant ways. However, have you considered the impacts an attack may have on your department or division, and wondered how you can prepare to reduce these consequences? 

If yes, then follow this 1-hour webinar during October’s National Cyber Security Awareness Month.  A 3rd party hosts an immersive and interactive session focused on Colorado local government which will challenge you to answer questions surrounding your leadership role and responsibilities during a cyber-attack. We have also presented some new, free resources that can help you prepare in advance for these and other types of cyber incidents.

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The Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) offers free trainings on a variety of topics in cybersecurity. Learn more here.