Jan 2024 Offering

2023 LA Cyber workshop - 2023 Louisiana Cybersecurity Assurance Plan Workshop
Date & Times
Jan 25, 2024 from 9 AM - 12 PM

Local governments in Louisiana are among the most vulnerable victims, largely due to the infrastructure youʼre defending and the limited budget and human resources you have to do so.

Sophisticated cyber threat actors exploit vulnerabilities to steal information and money and have developed capabilities to disrupt, destroy, or threaten the delivery of essential services.

Poorly protected contact information can help cyber criminals execute highly specific phishing campaigns and data breaches.
Defending against these cyberattacks is essential to maintaining our security. Any cyberattack, no matter how small, is a threat to our local, state and national security and must be identified, managed, and shut down.

Max Attendance
50 (41 Open Seats)
St. Charles Parish EOC

15026 River Road
Hahnville, LA 70057

POST Approved
Target Audiences
Emergency Management
Open To The Public
None Set
Registrant Notes

Open to state and local governments also open to special services districts:

Target Audience to name a few:
State Government Agencies
Local Government (Parish and Municipal)
Special Service Districts (Fire, Police, Gravity Drainage, Water, Sewer)
District Attorneys
Tax Assessors
Clerks of Courts
Communication Districts
School Districts

Registration deadline is Jan 23, 2024 5:00 PM

Course Roster

Course registrants will be listed here along with their contributing role.

Name Organization
Adams, Valerie Lafourche Parish Communications District
Cato, Robert The City of Thibodaux, Louisiana
fanguy, guy city of Thibodaux, la
Guerrero, Susan Fletcher Technical Community College
Harruff, Paul St. John the Baptist Parish Clerk of Court
RING, PATRICK North Lafourche Conservation Levee & Drainage Dist
Taylor, Katrina St. Charles Parish Public Schools
Triche, Logan Lafourche Parish District Attorney
USEY, CHRISTOPHER Nicholls State University