The City Cybersecurity Team—located at the San Francisco Department of Technology—supports all departments and commissions in the City and County of San Francisco. The City Cybersecurity Team monitors key City information technology architecture in order to detect, assess, and protect against internal and external threats.
The City Cybersecurity Team aims to help CCSF maintain the AIC triad:
- Promote the availability of data for authorized use
- Preserve the integrity of data
- Protect the confidentiality of data
Vulnerability Assessment and Management
Threat Assessment and Monitoring
Business Continuity/ Disaster Recovery (BCDR)
Secure Application Services
Call (415) 581-7100 or contact us via email.
Threat assessment is a structured process used to evaluate the risk posed by an agent of malware. DT Security Services takes it upon itself to provide a process that allows for the systematic review of risk, threats, and concerns and provide cost-effective measures to lower risk to an acceptable level.
The Security Services team has a number of tools with which we provide strategic understanding and real-time monitoring of the information security threats to your organization and infrastructure.
Electronic discovery (eDiscovery) is the process of seeking, securing and searching electronic data with the intent of using it as evidence in a civil or criminal legal case. eDiscovery can be performed on individual computers, applications with repositories or on network logs.
The Security Services team provides security education and awareness training to employees of the City and County of San Francisco. We aim to provide employees with current information and access to tools so that they our employees are the first line of defense when protecting the network.
Information Security is not just technology. It is a process, policy, and culture. The Security Services team has best practices, tools, and other resources necessary to provide continuity of operations in worst-case scenarios. Contact the Security Services team to discuss what you can do.