Cyber Training Top Priority Among Federal Civilian, Defense Agencies

From Executive Gov | November 5, 2014

A new survey from the Fort Meade Alliance indicates that cybersecurity personnel training is a top investment priority for more than 60 percent of federal civilian and defense agencies.

Market Connections Inc. conducted the online survey of U.S. federal government information technology policy makers to gauge their awareness of cyber threats, insider threat prevention obstacles and cyber investment priorities, the FMA said Oct. 27.

The survey results show that nearly 70 percent of respondents agree that end users are aware of the security policies within their agencies while more than 30 percent say lack of cybersecurity training remains a challenge to threat prevention efforts.

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