MAY 27, 2020 | GLOBAL
The Cybersecurity 202: Industry Report
The Washington Post, May 27, 2020
By Joseph Marks and Tonya Riley
A top cybersecurity trade group released a blueprint for how governments can help support remote workers during and after the pandemic.
Some of the recommendations from BSA | The Software Alliance include that governments:
- Identify IT workers as essential during the pandemic
- Maintain strong cybersecurity practices and the ability to respond quickly to hacks
- Deploy secure 5G networks to increase Internet access and speed
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