Information technologies have transformed society, providing integration across every sector of the economy, public and private sector operations, and private lives. The rapid and vastly positive changes that have followed the rise of information technology have led to significant new challenges and vulnerabilities. Individuals, organizations, state-sponsored activities, and nation states are actively leveraging and seeking to undermine or control the very capabilities that have transformed society, regardless whether these activities are inspired by money, ideology, conscience, or ego. For the preparedness and response communities, cyber issues raise significant concern about vulnerabilities across multiple aspects of safety, security, and life-safety operations, as well as direct threats to local, regional, and national economies. The Preparedness Leadership Council International held a roundtable discussion in Seattle, Washington, to determine specific actions and recommendations to improve preparedness and response to cyber threats. We request less than 10 minutes of your time to provide your thoughts and feedback on topics discussed, which will be included in the final report. Your help is truly appreciated.