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Cybersecurity and Information Privacy: Government's Role and Mandate

Cyber threats, both in scale and complexity, have the potential to disrupt critical services, compromise national defense capabilities, and jeopardize the privacy of individuals and businesses. Recognizing the gravity of cyber threats, the federal government plays a central role in fortifying the nation's cyber defenses.




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Cybersecurity and Information Privacy: 

The Federal Government's Role and Mandate

 

Cyber threats today range from sophisticated state-sponsored attacks to ransomware campaigns, and pose significant risks to national security, economic stability, and individual privacy.


While technology facilitates unprecedented connectivity and innovation, the protection of sensitive information and the assurance of cybersecurity have become critical concerns and CTEM – Continuous Threat Exposure Management – a necessity.


The role of the federal government in safeguarding digital domains necessitates an increasingly significant mandate.


We cover this topic in a detailed document found in our Whitepapers Library which you can reach by clicking the Library tab here on the Gold Comet website. Simply sign up for an account – it’s free to join up – and you will have access to download this informative paper as well as several other documents relevant to the cybersecurity and information privacy realm. We look forward to your subscription and will continue to keep you updated on the latest developments in cybersecurity.


Gold Comet supports the federal government in its efforts to protect the information privacy of business enterprises as well as individual citizens. Contact us today to find our more about how we can protect federal agency and Defense Industrial Base (DIB) data within our patented, quantum-integrated platform, housed within our own secure cloud environment. You can reach out to us at info@goldcomet.com or complete our Contact Us form. We look forward to discussing your needs.

 

 

 

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