The State of Cybersecurity: Federal Agencies Surge to Combat Ever-Growing Threats

This year has brought major changes to government cybersecurity, including a new Homeland Security office authorized to tackle long-range cyber challenges and new initiatives to shore up the cybersecurity of government supply chains. Despite a surge in government cybersecurity efforts over the past few years, most analysts agree government networks are no more secure than they were before the 2015 Office of Personnel Management data breach. This ebook looks at some of the government’s major efforts of the past year to respond to that increasing threat and how its agencies are faring.

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