Strengthening cybersecurity and enhancing access to government services and information top the list of achievements highlighted in the Georgia Annual State IT Report published by the Georgia Technology Authority (GTA).

The report website for 2019 also examines the state’s IT expenditures and plans for future technologies.

Ensuring the integrity of state information systems is critical to protecting citizens’ private information, and Governor Kemp’s executive order requiring cybersecurity training for all state workers in the executive branch is the latest in a series of actions undertaken to counter threats from cybercriminals. The report highlights new managed security services available to state agencies and the growth of the Georgia Cyber Center.

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