A forward-thinking UK Midlands Council, which is about to embark on its second phase of an ambitious business transformation programme to digitise its business, adopts a new cyber security technology to keep the council, its staff and customers safe from the new wave of cyber attacks. The world has changed and Local Authorities IT Services have increasing demands to protect their systems from the new sophisticated attacks. Therefore, investment in new cyber security technology is vital to ensure secure remote working, improve efficiencies and meet customer demand to access public services online.
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