Craig Spohn, Executive Director and President of Bossier City's Cyber Innovation Center, talks with 101.7 / 710 KEEL's Robert J Wright and Erin McCarty about the National Summit on Cybersecurity, meeting here Tuesday and Wednesday (May 14 and 15).

The event, taking place at Shreveport's downtown Convention Center, will draw as many as four hundred participants including official hosts Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards and Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson and experts in cyber security from both the public and private sectors.

Details in an official release from the National Governor's Association:

"Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards and Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, co-chairs of the National Governors Association's Resource Center for State Cybersecurity, will preside over the two-day National Summit on State Cybersecurity in Shreveport-Bossier, Louisiana, next month.


The semiannual summit will explore the most pressing topics in states' efforts to protect themselves against cyber threats; trends in state cybersecurity strategies; how to train the next generation of cybersecurity professionals; safeguarding the electric grid; and statewide disaster planning, among other topics."

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