Local governments, K-12 school systems and rural hospitals looking to strengthen their cybersecurity are working with University of Georgia students to get a more comprehensive picture of how equipped their organization is to deal with online threats.
This newly released report is called a Sequential Intercept Map. It's completed by the University of Georgia Carl Vinson Institute of Government, which works with local law enforcement, hospitals, jails, and courts, to show how behavioral health needs in the community clash with the criminal justice system.
The bill would create a new cold case commission within the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, track unsolved homicides and provide for timely death certificates even in unsolved cases. It would also establish a case tracking system under the Carl Vinson Institute of Government at the University of Georgia and a website to allow the public to follow the work of the commission and cold case statistics.