The United States government is currently shutdown with no immediate end in sight. Prominent federal websites have been taken offline and various agencies have been forced to reshuffle their IT staff and priorities.
How will the shutdown impact government information security in today and in the near term?
Listen to Episode 100 of our Security Slice podcast and hear Dwayne Melançon, Craig Young, Tim Erlin and Tyler Reguly discuss the fuzzy definition of “essential services,” the security “potholes” that will exist when IT security teams return to work, and why a breach during the shutdown may go unnoticed for extended periods of time.
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