June 28, 2021

Live Webinar addressing continuity of goverment in a crisis

Government Technology has scheduled a Webinar addressing Continuity of Government: Maintaining Constituent Services and Employee Collaboration in a Crisis to be held on Tuesday, June 29 | 2:00pm Eastern.

Noting that today’s headlines are filled with reports of increasingly sophisticated and disruptive cybercrimes, Government Technology observes that "government agencies have become primary targets for ransomware attacks that lock up vital systems and data", and that:

"A new wave of supply chain exploits presents serious threats to public sector organizations that rely on growing numbers of partners and service providers to perform their missions. 

"And, of course, many state and local jurisdictions face greater cyber risk due to expanded adoption of remote work and digital service delivery, coupled with a greater dependence on their IT infrastructure."

Click here to Register to attend.

 

 

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