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Executive Mosaic Spotlights Insider Threat in New Issue of GovConExec Magazine

Executive Mosaic, the publisher of GovCon Wire, recently released the summer issue of its GovConExec magazine, a premier source for government-contracting news and analysis.

The magazine features a cover story on the insider threat, what it means for the government and how government contractors are increasingly playing a role in combating it. It also includes a profile of Serco, Inc. CEO Ed Casey, which gives an inside look at the man behind the mergers and his reflections on the uniqueness of the federal marketplace.

The issue will also present other experts’ perspectives on important issues in federal IT and technology, including the looming deadlines of IPv6 and security guidelines for federal IT networks.

The GovConExec staff contributes its own research into emerging trends with pieces on the direction recent M&A transactions have taken, the rise of foreign firms operating under a separate security policy and the opportunities for intelligence firms after the Arab Spring.

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