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Digital Back Office Featured On The Municipal Voice

Your home is likely filled with objects that can connect to the internet, like your computer or cell phone, but also probably your TV, maybe even your refrigerator and thermostat. More and more we’ve become attached to an internet of things, and each of those represents a way for a hacker to get into your system. For municipalities, building a secure and resilient IT network involves covering all bases, from work from home computers to the infrastructure in Town Halls. 

Listen to Bryan Skowera, Middletown Director of Information Systems, Francisco Palacio, President of Digital BackOffice, Dale Bruckhart of DBO with moderator Matt Ford, host of the CCM Municipal Voice to talk municipal systems from the bottom up as they discuss the challenges of securing the digital town hall for the public and municipal employees.

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