Current Infrastructure Package and How It Impacts Cybersecurity

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Chris LaPage, Chief Services Officer, Worldwide, The Grants Office

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Cyber attacks have devastated critical U.S. infrastructure in recent years, causing millions of dollars in damages. In response, the President’s 2021 infrastructure bill included a hefty ($2 billion) investment in improving cybersecurity across the public sector. Has this been enough to thwart cyber threats, or are more resources needed to see more significant changes in the cyber landscape? Come join SecurityScorecard and Carahsoft to discuss the following key takeaways. How the infrastructure package has impacted cybersecurity in the nation and what it means for protecting critical national infrastructure What the public sector needs to know about the current infrastructure package How SecurityScorecard solutions and strategies can help public sector entities protect themselves against cyber threats Don’t miss out on this webinar series – Register Now!
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