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Join us at the Michigan Cyber Summit
The 2022 Michigan Cyber Summit is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 27, 2022, with a half-day invitation-only event taking place Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2022. This year’s event will be taking place in-person at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan.
Cyber threats are everywhere, and they affect everyone.
- More than 60% of Americans have personally experienced a major data breach. (Pew Research Center)
- The cost of the average data breach to a U.S. company was nearly $8 million. (Symantec 2019 Internet Security Threat Report)
- A growing number of local public entities, such as township and village governments as well as school districts, are facing malicious cyber attacks.
The state of Michigan has long been considered a national leader on cybersecurity, leading the discussion on emerging trends and best practices in policy, law, and all manner of public and private interests. That’s why Michigan provides numerous resources to educate residents and business on how to be cyber smart.
Are you a current victim of cyber crime?
- For cyber tips and crimes, contact the Michigan State Police.
- For Internet-related complaints to federal, state, local, or international law enforcement, contact the Federal Bureau of Investigation investigates.
- For computer/internet crimes against children, contact the Michigan Attorney General.
- For internet services, online shopping, computers, and mobile devices, contact the Federal Trade Commission.
Michigan Cybersecurity External Engagements
Cybersecurity Resource Hub
Explore cybersecurity information, resources, and training that are designed to keep residents and businesses safe in the digital landscape.
Kids are online more than ever, especially as many schools offer online learning. Teach your kids to be cyber safe with these resources.
As residents become more reliant on connected devices, they need to be more vigilant about securing devices and protecting the personal information that they store.
Business and Work
Businesses need to secure their systems and have a recovery plan after a cyber attack. These resources could help.
Local Government and Schools
Many local public entities have limited resources when it comes to IT security. Fortunately, there are tools to help them.