Recent major cyber incidents like SolarWinds and the Colonial Pipeline hack have driven home to federal agencies the necessity to make cybersecurity a top of mind priority. That’s only been reinforced by recent executive orders from the Biden administration, which have, among other things, sparked a governmentwide push toward zero trust and increased data sharing.
That data sharing initiative is key, because cybersecurity practices are increasingly driven by data. Artificial intelligence, machine learning and data analytics have become some of the most valuable tools for early detection and mitigation of cyber breaches. But implementing these tools presents several challenges for agencies and their data practices.
This exclusive e-book highlights what a few federal agencies are doing to tackle these challenges and improve their cyber data posture.
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