The Senate Finance Committee will meet Tuesday, March 24, 2020, at 10 a.m. to hear invited and public testimony on several interim charges, which include:
Information Technology: Review the state’s major information technology infrastructure. Examine cybersecurity preparedness and reporting requirements for state and local governments and political subdivisions. Identify opportunities for expanded partnership and coordination between state and local officials. Compare state and local government prevention and response efforts with those of private businesses facing similar threats. Make recommendations for cost-effective ways to strengthen and protect consumer data and personal information against privacy breaches and ransomware threats.
Public testimony will be limited to three minutes.
See the full meeting notice with other interim charges on which testimony will be heard at the meeting.