Understanding technical aspects of encryption can be complex. Whether it’s a single community, regional, statewide or an intrastate issue, laying a solid foundation for the use of encryption is essential to developing an interoperable and successful encryption program.
In addition to providing a basic overview of encryption and its technical aspects, ECD’s encryption workshop will also provide an awareness of the encryption support that is available.
Webinar. URL will be provided upon successful registration.
City and County:
Des Moines - POLK (District 1)
At the end of the webinar, attendees should be able to:
> Understand the basics of encryption;
> Have awareness of more technical aspects of encryption;
> Understanding criteria and potential use scenarios for use of encryption and possible adverse outcomes;
> Understand the need for discussion amongst users to participate in a coordinated encryption effort;
> Survey local users to determine current encryption capabilities and to determine current and future needs;
> Identify the essential capability requirements and reviewing the specifications of available hardware;
> Identify MOAs or MOUs that are necessary for implementation;
> Have an awareness of the need to review on-going system maintenance and database upkeep requirements;
> Articulate the type of questions that need to be asked to key stakeholders, vendors, etc;
> Anticipate basic technology needs related to dispatching;
7/30/2020 through 7/30/2020 - (9:00 AM to 10:30 AM)
Applicants should submit scanned copies of an organizational chart or other documentation upon registering at https://form.jotform.com/isicsb/encryption-admin .
Registration is not complete until all documentation has been received and verified. Admittance may be limited depending on room capacity. Final determination of student attendance will be announced by the SWIC.