Ohio Homeland Security’s Richard C. Baron Cybersecurity Center was established in 2016 for the purpose of enhancing the state’s posture against cyber-related crimes, criminal cases, and threats.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Computer Crimes Unit (CCU) and Ohio Homeland Security’s cyber analysts work together with other public and private sector partners within the center.

The CCU provides technical support for criminal cases and Ohio Homeland Security’s analysts conduct case support for the CCU as well as work alongside other state analysts to identify trends and cyber-related threats facing Ohio.

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