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Keeping Our Nation Secure

The Status of Federal Agencies Security Postures

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Keeping Our Nation Secure


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The recent Presidential Executive Order Strengthening the Cybersecurity of Federal Networks and Critical Infrastructure states “known but unmitigated vulnerabilities are among the highest cybersecurity risks faced by executive departments and agencies.” It calls for increased focus on securing IT and data, including protecting IT and data from unauthorized access and cyber threats; being aware of potential threats; being able to detect security events; and being able to respond and recover. However, cybersecurity risk management has been a long-term priority for federal agencies, even before the White House issued this Executive Order. The question is, in an age of increased cybersecurity threats and federal mandates, how have agency security postures changed over the last year? Unisys commissioned government research firm Market Connections to find out.

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Keeping Our Nation Secure
The Status of Federal Agencies Security Postures


  • How agencies feel their security posture compares to a year ago
  • What agencies feel are top reasons for increased vulnerability
  • Security products and practices of agencies who feel more secure