State and local governments have seen an exponential rise in ransomware and phishing attacks. In 2019 alone, hackers successfully attacked at least 113 state and municipal government agencies across the United States--to say nothing of the untold numbers of phishing scams unleashed upon individual accounts and devices. Such breaches can significantly halt local and state operations. Rather than being caught unprepared, leaders are reassessing security practices and contingency plans to avoid breaches altogether. For instance, public agencies and private companies alike are providing more extensive training to employees in order to identify and avoid phishing scams. This webcast examined how state and local governments boost their response, recovery, and resilience in the face of an increased cyber threat.