Some bold moves in cybersecurity are coming out of the Big Apple. As the federal government and individual states (here’s looking at you, California) continue to take steps in the direction of taming the wild, wild web, New York City is stepping to the forefront of municipalities like Boston and Washington, D.C., who are actively taking the issue of cybersecurity into their own hands.

Here are three ways that the city is looking to impact privacy and cybersecurity within its borders and potentially beyond.

The Launch of Cyber NYC

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