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Mayor de Blasio recently announced the launch of NYC Secure, a pioneering cybersecurity initiative aimed at protecting New Yorkers online. Using a steadily evolving suite of solutions, NYC Secure will defend New Yorkers from malicious cyber activity on mobile devices, across public Wi-Fi networks, and beyond. The first NYC Secure programs will include a free City-sponsored smartphone protection app that, when installed, will issue warnings to users when suspicious activity is detected on their mobile devices. The City additionally announced new world-class protection for its public Wi-Fi networks, becoming the first city in the world to provide such services to all residents and visitors free of charge.  

NYC Cyber Command (NYC3), which leads the City of New York’s cyber defense efforts, is overseeing the development and implementation of NYC Secure. Created in 2017 by Executive Order, NYC Cyber Command directs citywide cyber defense and incident response, mitigates cyber threats, and provides guidance to the Mayor and City agencies. Using the latest technologies and leveraging public-private partnerships, NYC Cyber Command works across more than 100 agencies and offices to protect, detect, respond, and recover from threats while setting citywide information security policies and standards.

Mike Krygier is the Deputy Chief Information Security Officer responsible for Urban Technology at New York City Cyber Command. He oversees the Smart Cities security programs, IoT, Mobility, Cloud Computing, Autonomous Vehicles, and Next Generation 9-1- 1, amongst others. Mike has more than 18 years of information technology and security expertise. Prior to joining the City of New York, Mike was a Principal Consultant ...

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Mayor de Blasio recently announced the launch of NYC Secure, a pioneering cybersecurity initiative aimed at protecting New Yorkers online. Using a steadily evolving suite of solutions, NYC Secure will defend New Yorkers from malicious cyber activity on mobile devices, across public Wi-Fi networks, and beyond. The first NYC Secure programs will include a free City-sponsored smartphone protection app that, when installed, will issue warnings to users when suspicious activity is detected on their mobile devices. The City additionally announced new world-class protection for its public Wi-Fi networks, becoming the first city in the world to provide such services to all residents and visitors free of charge.  

NYC Cyber Command (NYC3), which leads the City of New York’s cyber defense efforts, is overseeing the development and implementation of NYC Secure. Created in 2017 by Executive Order, NYC Cyber Command directs citywide cyber defense and incident response, mitigates cyber threats, and provides guidance to the Mayor and City agencies. Using the latest technologies and leveraging public-private partnerships, NYC Cyber Command works across more than 100 agencies and offices to protect, detect, respond, and recover from threats while setting citywide information security policies and standards.

Mike Krygier is the Deputy Chief Information Security Officer responsible for Urban Technology at New York City Cyber Command. He oversees the Smart Cities security programs, IoT, Mobility, Cloud Computing, Autonomous Vehicles, and Next Generation 9-1- 1, amongst others. Mike has more than 18 years of information technology and security expertise. Prior to joining the City of New York, Mike was a Principal Consultant with Mandiant’s Security Consulting Services practice where he advised Government, Financial, Energy, Mining, Software and other industry clients on Cybersecurity strategy. 

Mike has previously held security leadership roles at a Fortune 500 global human resources company, a leading national Canadian law firm, and Accenture Canada. He also worked as a security consultant in Canada, England, Switzerland and Dubai. He has an MSc in Information Security from Royal Holloway along with various industry certifications.

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