TYSONS CORNER, VA, June 25, 2019 — ICF (Nasdaq: ICFI) executives Randy James and John Paczkowski believe there must be a more open flow of information between the government and the private sector in order to more effectively defend national interests, ExecutiveBiz reported June 11.
James, senior vice president and general manager of ICF's cybersecurity and resilience division, and Paczkowski, SVP of the company's homeland security and national resilience unit, co-wrote an article posted June 10 recommending government and industry collaboration in the high-level discussion of security strategies, exchange of risk mitigation information and techniques, and sharing of risk assessment best practices.
“Threats multiply daily, but so do opportunities for government and industry to work together,” wrote James and Paczkowski.
“Jointly, we can achieve higher levels of cyber and physical infrastructure resilience to keep our most vital assets, networks and systems operating under duress or outright attack.”
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