The State Office of CyberSecurity, OCS, is here to ensure that you can go about your daily life without interruption.
That’s more complicated than it sounds.
We live in an increasingly connected world where the critical infrastructure we depend on – trains, planes, utilities and even the grocery store down the street – can be disrupted by a cyberattack.
Starting at a young age, we are taught about crime and how to protect ourselves. We learn to lock the doors at night, to say no to drugs, and to avoid talking to strangers as examples. As we get older, we also learn to take safety measures in protecting our money, our valuables, our families, and our physical safety.