MISAC Cyber Cities Webinar – City of Fresno


It is no longer a question of “IF” a cyber-attack will happen, but “WHEN.” As the world’s fifh-largest economy, California’s cities have unique requirements and rules that are different from other municipalities in America. There are currently multiple nation-states, cybercriminals, and hacktivists that actively pursue cyber harm to California.

The FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) 2019 report states that the “IC3 received a total of 467,361 complaints
with reported losses exceeding $3.5 billion. For the last several years, the State of California has ranked number one with a reported 50,132 victims in 2019. The most prevalent crime types reported were Phishing/Vishing/Smishing/
Pharming, Non-Payment/Non-Delivery, Extortion, and Personal Data Breach.

Cyber is no longer just a “tech thing.” All aspects of every California community must be aware of cybersecurity and its
impact on government, education, law enforcement, economy, and citizens. Whether you are new to cybersecurity or a seasoned technology veteran, this webinar has something for everyone. Join MISAC, the City of Fresno, and Cal Poly’s California Cybersecurity Institute for a riveting webinar on cybersecurity focusing on the City of Fresno.


October 7, 2020

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM


Hong Sae, Roseville CIO

Cesar Gamez, Fresno Senior Network System Specialist

Martin Minnich, Project Manager Cal Poly Cybersecurity Institute

To register, click here.