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FCW : September 15, 2015
SEPTEMBER 2015 | CYBERSECURITY WITH ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY PROTECTION. Federal government organizations are feeling the cyberheat. Cyberattacks are increasingly sophisticated. Insider threats continue to rise, while third-party vendors expose your agency to ever-greater compromise. Massive quantities of complex data, mobile services and devices — along with the use of cloud and outsourced services — are amplifying risk, and making security all the more challenging. Tougher regulations are forcing government organizations to further tighten data security controls. CATEGORIES Cloud 4 Collaboration 8 Data Center 12 Virtualization 18 Networking 26 Tablets 32 Notebooks 36 Desktops 40 Printers 42 Peripherals 46 DEFEND YOUR DATA Protecting your agency against reputational losses gets more challenging by the day in a world where cybercriminals are incessantly testing your defenses. CDW•G’s account managers and security solution architects can help make sure your IT operations are locked down against digital threats. From mobile security to defense-in-depth, CDW•G can zero in on your vulnerabilities and help you: • Access, identify and eliminate security faults • Lock down data and perimeters • Maximize mobile security WIN THE WAR AGAINST CYBERCRIME 2 UNDER PRESIDENTIAL EXECUTIVE ORDER 13636, the National Institute of Standards and Technology was directed to work with stakeholders to develop a voluntary framework for reducing cyber risks to critical infrastructure. To learn more about the framework and for current updates, visit nist.gov/cyberframework
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