The Modernizing Government Technology (MGT) Act, which was signed into law as part of the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act, offers agencies an unprecedented opportunity to improve the security of their systems, applications and data.
It’s not enough simply to update or replace old systems. As the Report on Federal IT Modernization makes clear, the goal is to approach security from an enterprise perspective—building architectures that allow improved visibility into network activities, avoids potential blind spots that hackers can infiltrate and ensures data protection in a world where traditional security borders no longer exist.
Federal agencies will always have a need for IT. To spend on outdated systems that are hard to maintain, difficult to use and do not provide adequate security is both wasteful and dangerous. Discover how federal technology leaders can make sound investments in their agency’s technology future in your free security modernization resource.
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