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Federal cybersecurity is everyone's responsibility – Insights to action

Published on: Apr 30, 2020

The collective impact is staggering—federal agency data breaches have resulted in millions of stolen personal records and possible illegal trading. These incidents can disrupt and potentially disable some of the work of government agencies around the country and can impact their citizen customers.

IT teams are typically considered essential to protecting networks, applications, and assets. Monitoring and blocking cyber traffic, installing the latest software patches, and controlling user accesses are just a few of the many protection measures generally needed to defend an agency from cyber-attacks. IT senior leaders commonly sustain these capabilities by enabling employees and implementing technology to address the latest threats through education and training opportunities.

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