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Technology Insights for Leaders in State & Local Government
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Highlights

• Security is underfunded in state and local government budgets.

• Even so, there are fundamental things that can be done for free to mitigate threats and that will improve any government organization's security posture.

• When weighing risk, it's equally important to quantify the value associated with data and its exposure.

For more coverage on the 2011 NASCIO Annual Conference, check out our NASCIO Conference page.

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