Much of the national discussion concerning threats to government-related IT security tends to focus on federal government and national targets to the exclusion of state governments vulnerabilities. In reality, states' networks are just as vulnerable, perhaps more so, because the number of state governments targets and their surface area is larger. Moreover, states don't have access to the same level of financial resources available to federal entities. Constrained by tight budgets, states are taxed with finding ways of efficiently reducing the complexity of their security stacks.
In your complimentary security resource, we explore the threats to state governments' IT and network security, explain the challenges states have in meeting those threats, and explore strategies for reducing complexity and increasing efficiency.
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