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US government gets low cybersecurity marks from own federal employees, (ISC)2 survey says

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  • 3 years ago

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Despite making major cybersecurity investments through policies, guidance and tools, the U.S. government hasn’t improved its security posture over the last two years, according to a May 14 survey of more than 1,800 federal information security professionals.

According to the International Information System Security Certification Consortium’s bi-annual survey, nearly half the respondents said the government is seeing little to no return on such security investments, while 17 percent said their organization’s security posture is even worse – which is 5 percent higher than what respondents said in a 2013 survey.

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