Boston Invests in Next-Gen Firewall to Future-Proof Its IT Against Security Breaches

Written by Statetechmagazine
  • Statetechmagazine
  • 3 years ago


When it comes to IT security, the city of Boston would rather be proactive than reactive. That’s why the city plans to spend $3.5 million to create a next-generation firewall system.

Boston devoted the money to the firewall despite never suffering a substantial security hack, and that’s the way the city wants to keep it. In an article from the Boston Herald, Boston CIO Jascha Franklin-Hodge emphasized the importance of eliminating points of weakness before they can be exploited.

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