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Cybersecurity Task Force

Governor Laura Kelly created the Governor’s Cybersecurity Task Force to protect Kansas’ digital infrastructure from increasingly sophisticated cyber-attacks.

The bipartisan task force is charged with developing a comprehensive plan to address potential cybercrime and to protect essential services that Kansans and businesses depend on.

Members of the Cybersecurity Task Force are (as of July 2021):

  • State Chief Information Technology Officer or designee (ex-officio): Secretary Dr. DeAngela Burns-Wallace
  • State Chief Information Security Officer or designee (ex-officio): Jeff Maxon, Topeka
  • The Adjutant General of the Kansas National Guard or designee (ex-officio): Col. David Hewlett, Wichita
  • The Attorney General or designee (ex-officio): Jay Emler, Lindsborg
  • The Secretary of State or designee (ex-officio): Kevin Comstock, Topeka
  • Representative from the Kansas Department of Emergency Management: Jonathan York, Topeka
  • Director of Kansas Criminal Justice Information System (ex-officio): David Marshall, Topeka
  • Director of the Kansas Intelligence Fusion Center (ex-officio): William (Bill) Glynn, Topeka
  • Representative from a municipal governments: Mike Mayta, Wichita
  • Representative from the Regents institution: John Godfrey, Shawnee
  • Representative from critical infrastructure: Charles King, Overland Park
  • Representative from critical infrastructure: John Berghuis, Salina
  • Representative from the joint committee on Information Technology: Representative Kyle Hoffman, Coldwater
  • Representative from the joint committee on Information Technology: Senator Jeff Pittman, Leavenworth
  • Representative of county governments: Doug Peters, (Garden City, Finney County)

 

Information Technology Executive Council

Working from Home Safely

  • Microsoft 365 Security Recommendations - Link

  • Telework Guidance and Resources - Link