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The Office of Personnel Management is calling for federal employee health insurance carriers to propose more wellness and prevention programs.
When you break a leg, obviously you need a doctor. But some, less critical afflictions can easily be treated with things around the house.
In a recent cyber security survey of government IT executives, intrusion detection and prevention were one of the top priorities mentioned by 42% of the respondents in that survey. Investments in intrusion detection to protect the network and prevent intrusions were indicated to be extremely important. Securing your network in these two areas to protect against cyber attacks will have an indelible impact on improving security.