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05

CTC Guide Details Best Practices for Government...

Andrew Afflerbach, PhD, P.E. CEO & Director of Engineering A high-profile “ransomware” cyberattack on Atlanta’s city network last month brought attention to the need for municipalities and other public agencies to understand and take steps to mitigate risks to public networks caused by malicious attacks or natural disasters. Our new “Network Resiliency and Security Playbook” details strategies and best practices for doing just that. While it is not possible to mitigate all risks—and high levels of protection generally come with higher costs—local governments and …

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MAR

21

NCLM Publishes Paper Co-Written by CTC...

The North Carolina League of Municipalities today released a report jointly written by CTC’s president, Joanne Hovis, and NCLM’s legislative …

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FEB

28

How Localities Can Prepare for—and Capitalize...

Andrew Afflerbach, PhD, PE CEO & Director of Engineering In the coming months, localities around the nation can expect to begin receiving …

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FEB

15

Schools, Health and Libraries Broadband...

With an open, competitive, and coordinated effort, it would cost $13 billion to $19 billion to connect all unserved schools, …

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JAN

31

CTC President Joanne Hovis Testifies Before...

CTC's president, Joanne Hovis, testified yesterday before a House subcommittee about the critical importance of local participation in broadband planning. She noted …

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Published:Thursday, April 5, 2018