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The 9-Point Federal Plan to Kill Cyberattacks With Mobile

30 Sep 2015 by Insight Editor

As the current annual government technology buying cycle wraps up, agencies are focusing on thwarting cyberattacks through mobile strategies for 2016. Since the third platform — social, mobile, cloud and big data — disrupted information technology, there have been concerns regarding data breaches and information security.

For instance, an estimated 94 million citizen records have been exposed through government data breaches since 2009 — costing $18.2 billion in damages, according to a Ponemon Institute Study.

In a recent article published by Nextgov, Prince Anand, director of federal sales, Insight Public Sector, outlines a nine-point policy that organizations should be embracing in order to protect themselves from cyberattacks. Rather than trying to revamp outdated IT, Anand explains it is more effective to utilize next-generation technologies to break the “cyberattack kill chains” and isolate the breaches.

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