Study Showcases Biggest Cyber Threat - Feds Trying to Do Their Jobs

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Passing the KVM Spelling Test

With KVM, secure switching devices can enable productivity for Feds while ensuring air-tight seals between networks, protecting from both inside and outside threats.

Cybersecurity threats are growing. To defend against increasing threats, agencies must comply with various cybersecurity mandates that often fail to take the user experience into account. According to a new MeriTalk report, "Federal Cyber Uncertainty – KVM XYZ," keyboard-video-mouse (KVM) switching devices may be the solution agencies need when looking for ways to enable productivity while ensuring air-tight seals between networks, protecting from both internal and external threats.

According to the MeriTalk report, delivered as an infographic and sponsored by Belkin Government, Federal managers still lack confidence in their ability to protect sensitive data and experience challenges when it comes to compliance with Federal mandates designed to improve cybersecurity.

 

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