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Chris Townsend, vice president of federal at Symantec, said federal agencies should use the Department of Homeland Security's Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program as a “springboard“ to build up their cybersecurity posture. “For many, that will include a defense-in-depth approach where they build their security architecture into a cohesive system structured around network and data visibility,“ Townsend wrote in a GCN article published Friday.

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Chris Townsend, vice president of federal at Symantec, has said federal agencies should adopt machine learning, artificial intelligence, automation technologies and other novel platforms to protect networks from evolving cyber threats. Townsend wrote in an article published Monday on FedTech Magazine that such technologies could help address some visibility gaps associated with overly complicated platforms.

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TYSONS CORNER, VA, February 8, 2019 “” Symantec (Nasdaq: SYMC) has hired Brian Davis, who has worked as a federal account manager at IBM (NYSE: IBM), to serve as senior director of federal civilian sales, GovCon Wire reported Thursday. G2Xchange reported Wednesday that Davis brings experience from his most recent work at Proofpoint, as well as previous service with the […] More
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