City of Raleigh Follows Through with Other Government Offices’ Effort for Network Monitoring

August 6, 2019 / GuidesFor Team

In 2006, the National Parks Conservation Association worked in ensuring the stability of its IT network to further protect national parks. According to the government agency, downtime was not an option. The efforts to secure its network has been tough, especially with limited budget and resources. However, the NPCA has proven it can be done.

Today, the City of Raleigh has taken the same advice and also worked on defending itself from nation-state adversaries through an intensified cybersecurity and monitoring system. Their main goal is to know what is happening to the network and respond to critical issues whenever they arise. Admittedly, there is still so much more improvement to be done, but the city is confident that it is  on the right track. Its officials are looking at using this new network monitoring effort to better look after its assets, use actively query programmable logic controllers, and keep malicious third parties out of the system. –Crischellyn Abayon

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