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Study Finds Disconnect Between Agency Leaders, IT Teams on Data Security

Forty percent of senior officials and another 66 percent of middle managers said they are confident about the security posture at their agencies, according to a study by Acronis SCS and Market Connections. Data also showed that only about a third of government information technology or technical professionals feel positive about edge data security at their agencies, Acronis SCS said Wednesday.

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Federal Execs Expect IT Spending to Move Toward Gov’t Community Clouds in Two Years; IBM’s Andras Szakal Quoted

A new study underwritten by IBM has found that three in four information technology executives at federal agencies expect IT investment shifts in the next two years, FedScoop reported Monday. The survey found that 26 percent of agency program management and IT executives expect their agencies to spend on government-only …

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Raytheon-Forcepoint-NCSA Survey: Millennials’ Cyber Career Interest Remains Unchanged; Dave Wajsgras Comments

A survey commissioned by Raytheon, Forcepoint and the National Cyber Security Alliance has found that only 38 percent of millennials said they are willing to pursue a career in the cybersecurity field. The finding suggests that millennials’ interest in cybersecurity remains unaltered compared with the previous year and that the …

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ServiceNow Survey: 77% of Federal Execs Say Intelligent Work Automation Tech Needed Within 5 Years

A new ServiceNow survey shows that 77 percent of federal government executives say their agencies need to increase use of intelligent automation platforms over the next five years to help address increasing workloads. ServiceNow said Thursday it commissioned research firm Market Connections to conduct an online survey of 150 federal …

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