Cybersecurity Challenges Remain During Push for IT Modernization

By Public Spend Forum ‌‌ posted 12 days ago



According to a survey of 200 federal IT executives conducted by Unisys Corporation and research company Market Connections, 59 percent said modernization efforts have increased the cybersecurity challenges they face. The survey highlights the challenges facing IT professionals; however, despite them, 38 percent of respondents said the security enhancements were the greatest benefit of the IT modernization efforts for agencies. So while the challenge of updating IT systems remains, once they are in place, the benefits were starting to be realized.

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  • Data and Technology
  • Federal and Central
  • Newswire
  • United States

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