More frequent than ever, counties are the target of sophisticated cyberattacks. The Ohio Auditor of State’s Office urges fiscal personnel at local governments across Ohio to be on high alert for cybercrimes targeting tax dollars and recommends that county auditors and staff receive cybersecurity training. In 2019, the Auditor of State will request documentation that shows the cybersecurity training received by auditors and staff. The Auditor of State will also request documented proof of cyber liability coverage. CORSA is committed to providing high-quality risk management services, including cybersecurity training, and comprehensive property and liability coverage, including cyber liability. CORSA offers in-person cybersecurity training as part of the 2019 loss control incentive program and online “Protection from Ransomware & Phishing Attacks” and Computer Security Basics” through CORSA U. at www.corsa.org. If you attend an in-person training the instructor will provide you a Certificate of Attendance. You can print a Certificate of Completion upon completion of each CORSA U. training. CORSA is pleased to announce that the Auditor of State’s Office confirmed that both CORSA in-person and online cybersecurity trainings satisfy its recommendation. To get a copy of your County’s Memorandum of Coverage that evidences cyber liability coverage please contact Sherry Barbosky, CORSA Underwriting Manager, at sbarbosky@ccao.org or your local agent. Please direct questions with regard to cybersecurity training to Frank Hatfield at (614) 560-1474 or fhatfield@ccao.org. Thank you for all that you do for your county and CORSA.