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How Utah government shifted 24,000 workers to remote without a hitch - New Cyber24 Podcast



In mid-March of this year, with the COVID-19 pandemic taking hold across the state, Utah Governor Gary Herbert closed state buildings and, in the process, moved many of the 24,000 state employees to remote work. Over the following days and weeks, attacks on the state network became more targeted and doubled to three billion per day. In this episode, we talk with the men in charge of making sure the technology was in place and secure for it to happen and discuss the difference between a temporary transition to remote work and one that is permanent.



Mike Hussey, Executive Director, Utah Department of Technology Services
Phil Bates, Chief Information Security Officer, Utah Department of Technology Services



Episode 101: How Utah government shifted 24,000 workers to remote without a hitch

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This episode of Cyber24 was sponsored in-part by Sophos Intercept X. Sophos Intercept X stops the widest range of attacks with a unique combination of deep learning malware detection, exploit prevention, anti-ransomware, and more. Learn more at vlcm.com/intercept-x




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