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Leading governor urges states to adopt broad cyber strategies ahead of federal government

March 17, 2017 |
Joshua Higgins
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State governments need to develop comprehensive cybersecurity strategies that go beyond technical solutions, said Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D), who is leading the National Governors Association's charge for states to lead the nation's efforts on setting cybersecurity practices.

McAuliffe, who is chairman of the NGA, said Wednesday in San Jose, CA, that states must develop a “whole-of-state” approach to cybersecurity, to address what he has described as a lack of federal leadership on the issue.

“For far too long, cybersecurity...

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