Federal agencies, like all large global organizations, are under
attack from bad actors. Though they share many of the same
challenges as commercial entities (e.g., deficit of cybersecurity
professionals and overabundance of segregated security
technologies), they also face unique compliance requirements
and acquisition challenges that complicate their approach to
cyber resilience.
Existing long-term government procurement processes,
combined with a systemic focus on compliance, can hinder
effective federal cyber response. This makes it difficult to
acquire and implement the right tools while also creating false
confidence in the agency’s security.

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