Seward County Commission Meets, Approves Cyber Attack Training

Joe Denoyer - January 6, 2020 9:29 pm

The Seward County Commission met Monday evening at 5:30pm with a relatively light agenda. Among the items approved at the meeting was the KDOT and NW Annual agreement, and the Appointment of Bob Thorton to the Council on Aging Board. The Seward County Commission also approved a 1 year contract for KnowBe4 Security Training. This brings security awareness training to the County. The platform for the training will help to reduce the chance that Seward County could fall victim to a cyber criminal attack. Cost for the training is $4,662.0. Fixed assets for the County were also approved at Monday evenings meeting.

 

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