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Security in the Golden Age of Cybercrime

An Exploration of Network Security in the Federal Government – Conducted by the Government Business Council (GBC)

The federal government faces a critical cybersecurity moment: as the American public’s confidence in agencies’ digital defenses wanes, the threats it must mitigate are growing.

Ransomware, state-sponsored attacks, and insider threats remain pervasive, and the sensitive information held by our nation’s public entities is a favorite target for cybercriminals. Still, this challenge presents an opportunity for federal organizations ― by implementing next-generation tools, IT managers can enhance network security and navigate the cyber minefield.

Download this GBC Top 5 Issue Brief to learn about:

  • Evolving threats and vulnerabilities aimed at federal government
  • The tools organizations use to defend themselves from cyber threats
  • Strategies agencies can leverage to optimize network security

Read the Report